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Armenian–Assyrian relations

Armenian–Assyrian relations covers the historical relations between the Armenians and the Assyrians, dating back to the mid 1st millennium BC. The southern border of Greater Historic Armenia, which covered an area of about 350.000 square km, shar ...

Armenia–Brazil relations

Armenia–Brazil refers to the current and historical relations between Armenia and Brazil. The Armenian community in Brazil is the second largest in Latin America totaling approximately 100.000 members.

Armenia–Bulgaria relations

Armenia–Bulgaria relations are foreign relations between Armenia and Bulgaria. Both countries have had diplomatic relations since they were established in 1992. Armenia has an embassy in Sofia; since December 19, 1999, Bulgaria has an embassy in ...

Armenia–Chile relations

Armenia–Chile relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Armenia and Chile. There are over 600 Armenians and descendants residing in Chile today. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

Armenia–China relations

Armenian-Chinese relations are the foreign relations between Armenia and China. The first references to Armenian-Chinese contact are found in the works of 5th-century historian Moses of Chorene and 6th-century geographer and mathematician Anania ...

Armenia–Croatia relations

Armenia–Croatia relations refer to bilateral relations between Armenia and Croatia. Diplomatic relations between the countries were established on 8 July 1996. Armenia is represented in Croatia by its embassy in Rome, Italy, while Croatia is repr ...

Armenia–Cyprus relations

Armenia–Cyprus relations have reportedly always been strong. Cyprus has been a supporter of Armenia in its struggle for the recognition of the Armenian Genocide, economic stability and the resolution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. In return Ar ...

Armenia–Denmark relations

Armenia–Denmark relations refers to the current and historical relations between Armenia and Denmark. Armenia has an embassy in Copenhagen, and Denmark is represented in Armenia, through its embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. Diplomatic relations were est ...

Armenia–France relations

Franco-Armenian relations have existed since the French and the Armenians established contact in the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia In the 1100s. Formal diplomatic relations between Armenia and France were established on 24 February 1992 and are reg ...

Armenia–Georgia relations

Armenian–Georgian relations refers to foreign relations between Armenia and Georgia. Both countries were former Soviet Republics of the former USSR. Armenia and Georgia governments have had generally positive relations, but there have also been s ...

Armenia–Germany relations

Armenia–Germany relations have always been stable and solid, with both countries continuing to work together and advance through the years in cooperation. Both countries leaders have discussed bilateral relations and noted that they have consider ...

Armenia–Greece relations

Greco-Armenian relations refer to the bilateral relations between Armenia and Greece. Due to the strong political, cultural and religious ties between the two nations, Armenia and Greece today enjoy excellent diplomatic relations. They have alway ...

Armenia–Hungary relations

Since the end of World War II, the two countries were under communist domination as both Hungary Hungarian Peoples Republic and Armenia Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic was a satellite state and the constituent republic of the Soviet Union resp ...

Armenia–India relations

Armenians are believed to have come to India, when some Armenians joined the auxiliary elements of the forces under the command of Alexander the Great when he crossed Armenia en route to India. The earliest documented references to the mutual rel ...

Armenia–Iran relations

Armenia–Iran relations are the bilateral relations between Iran and Armenia. Despite religious and ideological differences, relations between Armenia and the Islamic Republic of Iran remain cordial and Armenia and Iran are strategic partners in t ...

Armenia–Israel relations

Armenia–Israel relations are the bilateral relationship between Armenia and Israel. From 1993 to 2007, Armenia was served by the Embassy of Israel in Georgia. In 1996, Tsolak Momjian was appointed the honorary consul of Armenia in Jerusalem. Elev ...

Armenia–Japan relations

The relations between Armenia and Japan were officially established on 7 September 1992. Armenias President Robert Kocharyan paid an official visit to Japan on December 2001, holding meetings with Japans Emperor and Prime Minister. He announced t ...

Armenia–Kazakhstan relations

Armenia–Kazakhstan relations are foreign relations between Armenia and Kazakhstan. Before 1918, both countries were part of the Russian Empire, and until 1991, they were both part of the USSR. Diplomatic relations were established between both co ...

Armenia–Kosovo relations

As of February 2018, Armenian-Kosovan relations are non-existent because Armenia has yet to recognize Kosovos independence. On 12 March 2008, President Serzh Sargsyan stated that "Armenias possible recognition of Kosovos independence will not str ...

Armenian–Kurdish relations

Ancient Corduene, which partially corresponds geographically to present-day Kurdistan, was twice incorporated into the Kingdom of Armenia. The first period was in the first century as a vassal kingdom of Armenia. Corduene was then incorporated in ...

Armenia–Lebanon relations

Armenian-Lebanese relations refer to foreign relations between Armenia and Lebanon. Lebanon is host to the eighth largest Armenian population in the world and was the first Arab League member state that recognized the Armenian Genocide.

Armenia–Mexico relations

A month after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991; Armenia and Mexico established formal diplomatic relations with each other on 14 January 1992. Since the beginning, relations between both nations have been kept on a rather low ...

Armenia–Pakistan relations

The international and bilateral relations between Armenia and Pakistan are poor. Pakistan is the only country in the world that does not recognize Armenia as a state. Primary causes of the two countries diplomatic rift are the Armenian Genocide a ...

Armenia–Philippines relations

Armenia–Philippines relations refers to the bilateral relations between Armenia and the Philippines. Relations between the two countries have gradually improved since it was established on May 20, 1992. Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandyan visited ...

Armenia–Poland relations

Poland has recognized the Armenian Genocide. At the height of the Cold War, both countries were communist states under Soviet domination as the Polish Peoples Republic and the Armenian SSR. Polish companies like Lubawa SA also cooperate with the ...

Armenia–Portugal relations

Armenian-Portuguese relations are the foreign relations between Armenia and Portugal. Neither country has a resident ambassador. Armenia is represented in Portugal through its embassy in Rome. Portugal is represented in Armenia through its embass ...

Armenia–Romania relations

Armenia–Romania relations are the international contacts between Armenia and Romania. Both countries established diplomatic relations on December 17, 1991. Armenia has an embassy in Bucharest; Romania has an embassy in Yerevan. Both countries are ...

Armenia–Serbia relations

Armenia–Serbia relations are bilateral relations between Armenia and Serbia. Diplomatic relations between Armenia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia were established on 14 January 1993; Serbia is the legal successor to this country. Both coun ...

Armenia–Spain relations

Armenia–Spain relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Armenia and Spain. The importance of relations centers on the history of Armenians migration to Spain. Approximately 40.000 Armenians and their descendants reside in Spain. Both n ...

Armenia–Switzerland relations

Armenian-Swiss relations are foreign relations between Armenia and Switzerland. Switzerland recognized Armenia as an independent state on December 23, 1991. The two countries have maintained diplomatic relations ever since. The Armenian ambassado ...

Armenia–Syria relations

Armenian–Syrian relations are foreign relations between Armenia and Syria. Armenia has an embassy in Damascus and a consulate general in Aleppo. In 1997, Syria opened an embassy in Yerevan. Syrian Foreign Minister Farouk al-Sharaa visited Armenia ...

Armenia–Tajikistan relations

Armenian-Tajik relations refers to the bilateral diplomatic relations between Armenia and the Republic of Tajikistan. Diplomatic relations were established on October 12, 1992. The 2 countries are in a number of international and regional organiz ...

Zurich Protocols

The Zurich Protocols refer to two bilateral protocols signed in 2009 by Armenia and Turkey that envisioned starting the process of normalizing relations between the two countries. The agreement, later proved to be ineffectual, had been brokered b ...

Armenia–Turkmenistan relations

Armenian-Turkmen relations refers to the bilateral diplomatic relations between Armenia and Turkmenistan. Diplomatic relations on October 9, 1992. Armenia is represented in has in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, and Turkmenistan has its embassy in Yereva ...

Armenia–Ukraine relations

Ukraine–Armenia relations refers to the bilateral diplomatic relations between Ukraine and Armenia. Diplomatic relations were established on December 25, 1991. Currently, Ukraine has the 5th largest Armenian community in the world. The Embassy of ...

Armenia–United Kingdom relations

Armenian–British relations are foreign relations between Armenia and the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom recognised Armenia on 31 December 1991. The first Embassy of Armenia in Europe was established in London in October 1992. Since 1995, the ...

Armenia–United States relations

The dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991 brought an end to the Cold War and created the opportunity for bilateral relations with the New Independent States as they began a political and economic transformation. The United States recog ...

Armenia–Uruguay relations

Armenia–Uruguay relations are foreign relations between Armenia and Uruguay. Uruguay, as a small South American nations hosts a large Armenian community for its size. The Armenian community in Uruguay totals approximately 16.000 people.

Armenia–Uzbekistan relations

Armenia and Uzbekistan enjoy relatively strong relations, which is sometimes viewed to be among the wealthiest relationships between Armenia and a Turkic state. Both two embassies of two nations are accredited in Moscow.

Marcara Avanchintz

Marcara Avanchintz was a 17th-century powerful Armenian trader from Ispahan, Persia, who went into the service of Louis XIV. He became a Director of the newly founded French East Indian Company, together with François Caron, who was his direct su ...

Armenia and the United Nations

The Republic of Armenia was admitted into the United Nations on March 2, 1992. Since December 1992 when UN opened its first office in Yerevan, Armenia signed and ratified many international treaties. There are fifteen specialized agencies, progra ...

Australia–Bangladesh relations

Australia was the fourth country, and the first in the developed world, to recognise Bangladeshs independence in 1971. A high commission was opened in Dhaka and relations have been warm since then.

Australia–Barbados relations

Australia–Barbados relations are foreign relations between Australia and Barbados. Neither country has a resident ambassador. The regional Australian High Commissioner to Barbados is accredited from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Barbados is ...

Australia–Brazil relations

Australia–Brazil relations are foreign relations between Brazil and Australia. Brazil has an embassy in Canberra and a consulate general in Sydney. Australia has an embassy in Brasilia and consulates in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Brazil and Au ...

Australia–Brunei relations

Australia–Brunei relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between Australia and Brunei. Australia has a high commission in Bandar Seri Begawan, and Brunei has a high commission in Canberra.

Australia–Cambodia relations

Australia–Cambodia relations are bilateral relations between Australia and Cambodia. Australia entered into diplomatic relations with Cambodia over 60 years ago. Australia played a role during the Cambodian peace process in the 1980s as well as t ...

Australia–Canada relations

Australia–Canada relations are the relations between the two Commonwealth realms of Australia and Canada, both former Dominions of the British Empire, with Elizabeth II as monarch. According to a 2013 BBC World Service Poll, 79% of Australians vi ...

Australia–Chile relations

Australia–Chile relations are foreign relations between Australia and Chile. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centers on the history of Chilean immigration to Australia. In 2016, over 26.000 Chilean-born people lived ...

Australia–China relations

Australia-China relations, often known as the Sino-Australian relations, refers to the relations between Australia and China. The first Chinese consulate in Australia was established in 1909, and diplomatic relations were established in 1941. Aus ...

Australia–Denmark relations

Australia–Denmark relations refers to the current and historical relations between Australia and Denmark. Australia has an embassy in Copenhagen, and Denmark has an embassy in Canberra.