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Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Romania have exchanged messages on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two states

Romania was among the first states to officially recognize the independence of the Republic of Armenia on December 11, 1991, a short while after the proclamation by Armenia of its sovereign statehood. Days after, on December 17, the Agreement on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Armenia and Romania was signed in Bucharest, anchoring on centuries-old ties of friendship between Armenian and Romanian nations. In 1994, Armenia opened one of its first diplomatic missions in Bucharest. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia at the 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council

I would like to thank the Chairman-in-Office, Frank Walter Steinmeier and his team for their leadership in this Organization throughout the year, as well as to extend my gratitude for warm hospitality. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia at the Resolute Support Mission Ministerial Meeting

The security related incidents continue to take place drawing our attention to the challenges that Afghanistan faces. Alarming reports about Taliban activities and the presence of ISIS and other terrorist groups in Afghanistan are disturbing. It reminds us that insecurity in one place of the world threatens all of us, if remains unaddressed. It also strengthens our determination to continue concerted efforts in addressing security requirements of those in need. The terrorists should be deprived of the opportunity to find breeding grounds. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian, Foreign Minister of Armenia at the Open Government Partnership Summit 2016

Between 2011 and 2016, in line with two Action Plans Armenia implemented tangible reforms in major sectors such as the law-making activities, public procurement, access to and freedom of information, healthcare, education, local self-governance, mining industry. Through the implementation of more than 20 commitments targeted actions have been undertaken to meet main OGP challenges on improving public services, ensuring effective management of public resources, promotion of public confidence. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia at the International Conference on Nuclear Security: Commitments and Actions

As a strong supporter of the non-proliferation policies, Armenia reiterates its full compliance with the nonproliferation treaty and other relevant treaties, as well as IAEA safeguards agreements and additional protocol. more ...


Remarks by Edward Nalbandian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, at the opening of the Fourth Conference on the Armenian-French Decentralized Cooperation

I am glad to welcome you in Yerevan at the fourth Conference on the Armenian-French Decentralized Cooperation, the second one that Yerevan hosts. It is a profound pleasure seeing a lot of friends gathered in this hall, who has arrived from France to take part in this special event. more ...


Edward Nalbandian delivered lecture at Stanford University

On September 28, Edward Nalbandian, the Acting Foreign Minister of Armenia, delivered a lecture entitled “Nagorno-Karabakh: Is Solution Visible” at Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, at the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly General Debate

The United Nations has a considerable role to play in changing the environment conducive to intolerance, racial discrimination, xenophobia, violent extremism and terrorism. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian at the High-Level Event: “Open Government Partnership 5 Year Celebration”

In Armenia, we have vibrant civil society, which is an indicator of our growing democracy, and an integral part of Armenia’s public life with increasing participation in and contribution to effective governance. more ...


Statement by Edward Nalbandian at the High-level Meeting of the United Nations General Assembly to Address Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants

Armenia is committed to making its utmost to address the issues of Syrian refugees, however no one State can manage such large movements on its own. We believe that greater international cooperation is needed to assist host countries. To this end, we welcome the adoption of the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants and believe that the full implementation of our collective commitments, particularly those referring to a more equitable sharing of the burden and responsibility, could make a real difference for the benefit of refugees. more ...

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