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  • Embassies - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    Consulates Virtual tour Embassies Download diplomatic directory Armenian English A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V A Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Argentina Austria B Bahrain Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria C Canada Chile China Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic D Denmark E Egypt Estonia Ethiopia F Finland France G Georgia Germany Greece Guatemala H Holy See Vatican City State Hungary I India Indonesia Iran Islamic Republic of Iraq Ireland Israel Italy J Japan Jordan K Kazakhstan Kuwait Kyrgyzstan L Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg M Malaysia Malta Mexico Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco N Nepal Netherlands Norway O Oman P Panama Paraguay Philippines Portugal Q Qatar R Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Republic of Poland Republic of Slovenia Romania Russia S San Marino Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic South Africa Sovereign Military Order of Malta Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic T Tajikistan Turkmenistan U UK Ukraine United Arab Emirates Uruguay USA V Vietnam Share Travel to Armenia About Armenia Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Diplomatic Missions in Armenia Study in Armenia Doing business in Armenia Invest in Armenia Links

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  • State Protocol of the Republic of Armenia - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    preparation and implementation of the international events with the participation of the latter held in the Republic of Armenia as well as the preparation and implementation of the visits to the Republic of Armenia held by the heads of foreign states and governments agencies responsible for foreign affairs international organizations and official high level delegations headed by the latter as well as heads of special diplomatic missions and diplomatic representations and persons accompanying the abovementioned officials In the framework of fulfilling the functions assistance is provided for the preparation and handling of the ceremonial issues related to the visits to foreign states held by the official delegations of the National Assembly the Constitutional Court the ministries state agencies and other state bodies of RA the participation of officially authorized representatives of the latter in the international events held in the Republic of Armenia as well as the visits to the Republic of Armenia held by the official delegations of the parliaments constitutional courts ministries and agencies of foreign states including military delegations as well The visits of delegations of other level either than the mentioned above or specialized expertise delegations and the ceremonial events related to the latter are prepared and implemented by the responsible bodies and the overall guidance is provided by the State Protocol Service One of the most important functions of the State Protocol of RA is ensuring the diplomatic ceremonial procedures related to the accreditation taking up of responsibilities and the completion of the mission of the heads of diplomatic and consular missions and military attachés of RA the representatives of RA in international organizations as well as the heads of diplomatic and consular missions and military attachés of foreign states and the heads of representations of international organizations with diplomatic status accredited in RA The

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  • Virtual tour - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    to RA Criminal record certificate Consular fees Handbook Of Frequently Asked Legal Questions For For Syrian Armenian Protocol affairs State Protocol of the Republic of Armenia State Protocol Service Agency Procedure for obtaining of Identification cards Registration and removal of the vehicle from the register The Procedure for obtaining of Driving License Procedure on the provision of escorted visitor passes to the restricted zones of airport Applicable documents FAQ about refund of VAT Foreign representations in Armenia By country International Organizations Consulates Virtual tour Virtual tour Panorama Lobby 3rd floor Photo Share Travel to Armenia About Armenia Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Diplomatic Missions in Armenia Study in Armenia Doing business in Armenia Invest in Armenia Links Ministry MFA Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Consular service Protocol affairs Foreign representations in Armenia Virtual tour Foreign policy Bilateral Relations International organisations Security and defense Non Proliferation Strategic Export Control and Nuclear Security Genocide recognition Artsakh Nagorno Karabakh Press and information Information Press guidance Sample of Inquiry Multimedia Photo gallery Audio Videos 2011 2015 Copyright The photos placed on this website are copyright protected by the Author and Adjacent Rights Law of the Republic of Armenia It is strictly forbidden to copy misuse spread

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  • Bilateral Relations - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Costa Rica Cote D Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic D Democratic People s Republic of Korea Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic E Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia European Union F Fiji Finland France G Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana H Haiti Holy See Vatican City State Honduras Hungary I India Indonesia Iran Islamic Republic of Iraq Ireland Israel Italy J Jamaica Japan Jordan K Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan L Lao People s Democratic Republic Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg M Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Federated States of Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar N Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway O Oman P Pakistan Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Portugal Q Qatar R Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Republic of Poland Republic of Slovenia Romania Russia Rwanda S Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovak Republic Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sovereign Military Order of Malta Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic T Tajikistan Tanzania United Republic of Thailand The Democratic Republic of Congo Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu U Uganda UK Ukraine United Arab Emirates Uruguay USA Uzbekistan V Vanuatu Venezuela Vietnam Z Zambia Zimbabwe Share Travel to Armenia About Armenia Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Diplomatic Missions in Armenia Study in Armenia Doing business in Armenia Invest in Armenia Links Ministry MFA Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Consular service Protocol affairs Foreign representations in Armenia Virtual tour Foreign policy Bilateral Relations

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  • International organisations - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION Share Travel to Armenia About Armenia Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Diplomatic Missions in Armenia Study in Armenia Doing business in Armenia Invest in Armenia Links Ministry MFA Diplomatic Missions of Armenia Consular service Protocol affairs Foreign representations in Armenia Virtual tour Foreign policy Bilateral Relations International organisations Security and defense Non Proliferation Strategic Export Control and Nuclear Security Genocide recognition Artsakh Nagorno Karabakh Press and information Information

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  • Security and defense - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    also concerned with the existence of a large amount of landmines along its border with Azerbaijan Furthermore there are heavily mined areas along the line of contact between Azerbaijan and Nagorno Karabakh Moreover according to reliable international sources Azerbaijan is a country which still stores a significant quantity of cluster munitions It is worth mentioning that during the year of 2009 only there were 648 registered violations of the ceasefire regime committed by Azerbaijani Armed Forces on the line of contact with Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh Armenia makes it clear that it cannot sign the above mentioned agreements unless Azerbaijan agrees to do so However Armenia believes that once an agreement on the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict is reached joining these agreements would be an important asset for all sides Participation in the UN peacekeeping operations Armenia attaches great importance to its participation in international peacekeeping operations In this regard the continuous cooperation with the UN Department of Peacekeeping operations DPKO is of key significance Since 2011 Armenia has been engaged in the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon as an observer and on November 26 2014 the first peacekeeping unit departed to the area of deployment 2 Organization on Security and Co operation in Europe The OSCE arms control disarmament and security co operation main institutions are the Conflict Prevention Center and the Forum for Security Co operation The Joint Consultative Group is also a part of the OSCE but acts only within the Member States of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe The FSC includes the Vienna Document of 1999 Code of Conduct Global Exchange of the Military Information as well as issues on Anti Personnel Landmines Small Arms and Light Weapons national practice on brokering and control of armaments export control etc All of them envisage annual exchange of relevant information and in case of the Vienna Document there are also inspections and evaluation visits For example every year Armenia receives three designated area inspections along with one evaluation visit The OSCE Annual Security Review Conference and the OSCE Annual Implementation Assessment Meeting as well as the OSCE Meeting to Review the Document on Small Arms and Light Weapons are main and basic issues of the OSCE CPC FSC They are major tools to reflect and evaluate the implementation of the OSCE Confidence and Security Building Measures 3 The Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe CFE Treaty The CFE Treaty is a major arms control multilateral arrangement with purpose of minimizing concerns and challenges and at the same time strengthening confidence openness and security between the participating states Armenia perceives the CFE as a very important component of European stability and security Unlike other OSCE arms control regimes the Treaty being a legally binding document requires current and annual exchange of military information as well as consists of verification arms reductions and inspections According to number of the passive quota usually there are 4 inspections including multinational successfully conducted by other member

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  • Non-Proliferation, Strategic Export Control and Nuclear Security - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    placed under the Agency s full scope safeguards The Republic of Armenia has ratified the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material on September 23 1993 Armenia has also joined the 2005 Amendment to the Convention Convention on Nuclear Safety entered into force for Armenia on December 20 1998 The visit of IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano to Armenia from 16 to 18 April 2012 will have its further positive impact on the development of relations between Armenia and the IAEA Armenia is not a member of the international export control regimes Missile Technology Control Regime MTCR Nuclear Suppliers Group NSG Zangger Committee the Australia Group and the prime reason is that Armenia is not a major producer of dual use items or military goods materials and technologies and the membership in the mentioned regimes may not be relevant to the economic profile of the country In spite of this fact Armenia strongly adheres to the goals and principles of these regimes However as a result of continuous approximation to international standards of the export control regime of dual use items in our country Armenia officially applied for membership in the The Wassenaar Arrangement on Export Controls for Conventional Arms and Dual Use Goods and Technologies on May 16 2012 The National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia adopted a new Criminal Code on 18 April 2003 and a law on Export control of dual use items and technologies and their transit across the territory of the Republic of Armenia on May 15 2010 replaced the law of 2003 This law intends to support the implementation of international obligations and commonly agreed measures in order to fight the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their delivery systems to guarantee the implementation of international agreements and establish an effective export control mechanism to create favorable conditions for integration into world trade system and acquisition of modern technologies by promoting foreign trade and investments According to the law the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Armenia has been recognized as an authorized body in the sphere of export control of dual use goods and technologies Government decree N 1308N on approving the list of military products the procedures for licensing import export transit of military products the brokerage in trade of these products and the formats of the appropriate documents was adopted on November 12 2009 and entered into force on December 13 2009 According to the Decree the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Armenia has been recognized as an authorized body in the sphere of munitions export control The Export Control list has been adopted by the Government and the European Union s Export Control list was taken as a basis for that of the national one It is periodically being updated and brought to conformity with the EU list On October 12 2004 the Republic of Armenia signed the Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation The Republic of Armenia signed the International Convention

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  • Genocide - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
    all ethnic minorities of the empire The Armenian population became the main obstacle standing in the way of the realization of this policy Although the decision for the deportation of all Armenians from the Western Armenia Eastern Anatolya was adopted in late 1911 the Young Turks used WWI as a suitable opportunity for its implementation How many people died in the Armenian Genocide There were an estimated two million Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire on the eve of WWI Approximately one and a half million Armenians perished between 1915 and 1923 Another million found shelter abroad or Islamized The mechanism of implementation Genocide is the organized killing of a people for the express purpose of putting an end to their collective existence Because of its scope genocide requires central planning and an internal machinery to implement This makes genocide the quintessential state crime as only a government has the resources to carry out such a scheme of destruction On 24th of April in 1915 the first phase of the Armenian massacres began with the arrest and murder of nearly hundreds intellectuals mainly from Constantinople the capital of Ottoman Empire now Istanbul in present Turkey s capital Subsequently Armenians worldwide commemorate the April 24th as a day that memorializes all the victims of the Armenian Genocide The second phase of the final solution appeared with the conscription of some 60 000 Armenian men into the general Turkish army who were later disarmed and killed by their Turkish fellowmen The third phase of the genocide comprised of massacres deportations and death marches made up of women children and the elderly into the Syrian deserts During those marches hundreds of thousand were killed by Turkish soldiers gendarmes and Kurdish or Circassian mobs Others died because of famine epidemic diseases and exposure to

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