List of ambassadors of Armenia

This is a current list of ambassadors of Armenia accredited to other countries, including those having dual accreditation (ambassadors-at-large) and ambassadors accredited directly from Yerevan.

Armenian ambassadorsEdit

Host country Location Current ambassador Past ambassador
  Afghanistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan Garnik Badalyan,[1] Gagik Ghalachyan, Vassily Ghazaryan (1999-2013)
  Albania Athens, Greece Fadey Charchoghlyan Gagik Ghalachyan (2010-2016), Vahram Kazhoyan(2003-2009), Armen Petrosyan (2000-2001), Arman Kirakossian (1996-2001)
  Algeria Cairo, Egypt Karen Grigorian Armen Melkonian (2015-2018), Levon Sargsyan (2005-2010), Sergey Manasaryan (1999-2005)
  Andorra Paris, France Hasmik Tolmajian Vigen Chitechyan (2011-2018), Edward Nalbandian (2004-2008)
  Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina Esther Mkrtumyan (from 2017)[2] Alexan Harutyunyan (2014-2016), Vahagn Melikyan (2012-2014), Vladimir Karmirshalyan (2006-2012), Ara Ayvazyan (1999-2006), Vahan Ter-Ghevondyan (1995-1998),
  Austria Vienna, Austria Armen Papikyan Arman Kirakossian (2011-2018), Ashot Hovakimyan (2005- 2011), Jivan Tabibian (2000-2005), Samvel Mkrtchyan (1997-1998), Ashot Voskanyan (1995-1997), Arman Navasardyan (1993-1995), Ara Hakobyan (1993-1995)
  Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan No diplomatic relations, see Armenia-Azerbaijan relations Tigran Bekzadyan, Martiros Harutyunyan (1918-1920)
  Bahamas Washington D.C., United States Varuzhan Nersesyan Grigor Hovhannissian
  Bahrain Abu Dhabi, UAE Mher Mkrtumyan[3] Vahagn Melikyan (2007-2012), Arshak Poladyan (2003-2007)
  Bangladesh Delhi, India Armen Martirosyan (from 2016)
  Belarus Minsk, Belarus Armen Ghevondyan (from 2018) Oleg Yesayan (2017-2018),[4][5] Armen Khachatryan (2010-2017), Oleg Yesayan (2006-2010), Suren Harutyunyan (1999-2006), Spartak Kostanyan (1993-1996) (1996-1999).
  Belgium Brussels, Belgium Anna Aghajanyan (from 2020) Tatoul Markarian (2014-2020),[6] Avet Adonts (2009-2014), Vigen Chitechyan (1997-2009), Armen Sarkissian(1995-1996)
  Bosnia and Herzegovina Athens, Greece Fadey Charchoghlyan Gagik Ghalachyan (2013-2016)
  Brazil Brasilia, Brazil Arman Hakobyan(from 2020) [7] Ashot Galoyan (2014-2020), Ashot Yeghiazaryan (2010-2014), Vahan Ter-Ghevondyan (1995-1998)
  Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria Armen Yedigaryan (from 2020) Armen Sargsyan (from 2016)[8] Arsen Shoyan (2011-2016), Sergey Manasaryan (2005-2010), Sevda Sevan (1994-1999) (1999-2005)
  Cambodia Hanoi, Vietnam Vaharam Kazhoyan (from 2020)
  Canada Ottawa, Canada Anahit Harutyunyan (from 2019) Levon Martirosyan (2017–2019),[9] Armen Yeganyan (2011-2017), Arman Hakobyan (2006-2011), Ara Papian (2000–2006), Levon Barkhudaryan (1997-1999), Garnik Nanagulyan (1996-1996)
  Chile Buenos Aires, Argentina Esther Mkrtumyan (from 2017) Alexan Harutyunyan (2016-2016), Vahagn Melikyan (2012-2014), Vladimir Karmirshalyan (2006-2012), Ara Ayvazyan (1999-2006)
  China Beijing, China Sergey Manassarian[10] Armen Sargsyan (2008-2016), Vahagn Movsisyan (2007-2008), Vassily Ghazaryan (2001–2007), Azat Martirosyan (1996-1997) (1997-2001)
  Colombia Brasilia, Brazil Ashot Galoyan (2016-2020)
  Costa Rica Mexico City, Mexico Ara Ayvazyan (2017-2020), Grigor Hovhannisian (2014-2016)
  Croatia Prague, Czech Republic Ashot Hovakimyan (from. 2019) Arman Kirakossian (2016-2019), Sargis Ghazaryan (2014-2016), Ruben Karapetyan (2010-2013), Vahram Kazhoyan (2003–2009), Armen Petrosyan (2000-2001), Arman Kirakossian (1995-1999)
  Cuba Mexico City, Mexico Ara Ayvazyan (2017-2020), Grigor Hovhannissian (2014-2016), Ashot Melik-Shahnazaryan (2000-2004)
  Cyprus Athens, Greece Fadey Charchoghlyan[11] Gagik Ghalachyan (2009-2016), Vahram Kazhoyan (2002-2009), Armen Petrosyan (2000–2001), Arman Kirakossian (1995-1999)
  Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic Ashot Hovakimyan (from 2018) Tigran Seiranyan (2011-2018),[12] Ashot Hovakimyan (2006-2011), Jivan Tabibian (2001-2006), Samvel Mkrtchyan (1997-1998), Ashot Voskanyan (1996-1997)
  Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark Alexander Arzoumanian[13] Hrachya Aghajanyan (2011-2017), Ara Ayvazyan (2006-2011), Vladimir Karmirshalyan (2000–2006)
  Egypt Cairo, Egypt Karen Grigorian[14] Eduard Nalbandyan (1992-1999), Sergey Manassarian (1999-2004), Rouben Karapetian (2004-2009), Armen Melkonian (2009-2018)
  Estonia Vilnius, Lithuania Tigran Mkrtchyan (from 2016)[15] Ara Ayvazyan (2012-2016), Ashot Galoyan (2006-2012), Ashot Hovakimyan (2000–2006)
  Ethiopia Cairo, Egypt Karen Grigorian Armen Melkonyan (2010-2018), Ruben Karapetyan (2005-2010), Sergey Manasaryan (2001–2005)
  Finland Stockholm, Sweden Artak Apitonian (2014-2018), Ara Ayvazyan (2006-2014), Vladimir Karmirshalyan (2000–2016)
  France Paris, France Hasmik Tolmajian (from 2018) Vigen Chitechyan (2009-2018), Edward Nalbandian (1999-2008), Vahan Papazyan (1997-1998), Vigen Chitechyan (1995-1997), Vahan Ter-Ghevondyan (1993-1995)
  Georgia Tbilisi, Georgia Ruben Sadoyan (from 2017) Yuri Vardanyan (2014–2017), Hovhannes Manukyan (2011-2014), Hrach Silvanyan (2005-2011), Georgy Khosroev (1998-2005), Levon Khachatryan (1993-1996) (1996-1998)
  Germany Berlin, Germany Ashot Smbatyan (from 2015)[16] Vahan Hovhannisyan (2013-2014), Armen Martirosyan (2009-2013), Karine Ghazinyan (2001-2009), Ashot Voskanyan (1997-2001), Felix Mamikonian (1992-1994) (1994-1997)
  Greece Athens, Greece Fadey Charchoghlyan (from 2016) Gagik Ghalachyan (2009-2016), Vahram Kazhoyan (2001-2009), Armen Petrosyan (1999-2001), Arman Kirakossian (1994-1999), Ashot Hovakimyan (1993-1994)
  Guatemala Mexico City, Mexico Ara Ayvazyan (from 2017)[17] Grigor Hovhannisian (2014-2016)
  Honduras Mexico City, Mexico Ara Ayvazyan
  Hungary Budapest, Hungary No diplomatic relations (suspended by Armenia since
31 August 2012 due to Ramil Safarov's extradition to Azerbaijan
),[18][19] see Armenia-Hungary relations
  India Delhi, India Armen Martirosyan[20] Ara Hakobyan (2009-2015), Ashot Kocharyan (2005-2009), Armen Bayburdyan (2000–2004)
  Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Dzyunik Aghajanyan (from 2018)[21] Anna Aghajanyan (2013-2018), Ara Hakobyan (2011-2013), Ashot Kocharyan (2005–2011), Armen Bayburdyan (2001-2005)
  Iran Teheran, Iran Artashes Tumanyan (from 2015) [22] Grigor Arakelyan (2009-2015), Karen Nazaryan (2005-2009), Gegham Gharibjanyan (1999-2004), Vahan Bayburdyan (1993-1994)(1994-1998)
  Iraq Baghdad, Iraq Hrachya Poladyan[23] Karen Grigoryan (2014-2018), Murad Muradyan (2010-2014)
  Ireland London, United Kingdom Arman Kirakossian (from 2018) Armen Sarkissian (2014-2018), Karine Ghazinyan (2012-2012), Vahe Gabrielyan (2005-2012)
  Iceland Stockholm, Sweden Alexander Arzumanyan (from 2019)
  Israel Tel Aviv, Israel (from February 2020) Armen Smbatian (from 2018) [24] Armen Melkonyan (2012-2018), Edward Nalbandian (2000-2008)
  Italy Rome, Italy Tsovinar Hambardzumynan (from June 1, 2020) Victoria Bagdassarian (2016–2020), Sargis Ghazaryan (2013–2016), Ruben Karapetyan (2009-2013), Robert Shugarian (2005-2008), Gagik Baghdassarian (1999-2005)
  Japan Tokyo, Japan Hrant Pogosyan[25]
  Jordan Damascus, Syria Tigran Gevorgyan (from 2018) Arshak Poladyan (2007–2018), Levon Sargsyan (1998-2004), David Hovhannisyan (1992-1998)
  Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan Gagik Ghalachyan (from 2018)[26] Ara Sahakyan (2013-2018), Vassily Ghazaryan (2008-2013), Levon Khachatryan (2005–2008), Eduard Khurshudyan (1999-2004), Arman Melikyan (1993-1999)
  Kuwait Al Kuwait, Kuwait Sarmen Baghdasaryan (from 2018)[27] Manvel Badeyan (2016-2018), Fadey Charchoghlyan (2010-2016), Vahagn Melikyan (2007–2010), Arshak Poladyan (2003-2007)
  Kyrgyzstan Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan Gagik Ghalachyan (from 2019) Ara Sahakyan (2014-2018), Vassily Ghazaryan (2009–2013), Levon Khachatryan (2006-2008), Eduard Khurshudyan (2000-2006), Arman Melikyan (1993-1999)
  Latvia Vilnius, Lithuania Tigran Mkrtchyan (from 2016)[28] Ara Ayvazyan (2012-2016), Ashot Galoyan (2006-2012), Ashot Hovakimyan (2000–2006)
  Laos Hanoi, Vietnam Vahram Kazhoyan (from 2020)[29]
  Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon Vahagn Atabekyan Samvel Mkrtchian, Ashot Kocharian[30]
  Libya Cairo, Egypt Karen Grigorian Ruben Karapetyan (2005-2010), Sergey Manasaryan (2001-2005)
  Liechtenstein Berlin, Germany Ashot Smbatyan (from 2018)
  Lithuania Vilnius, Lithuania Tigran Mkrtchyan (from 2016)[31] Ara Ayvazyan (2011-2016), Ashot Galoyan (2006-2011), Ashot Hovakimyan (2000–2006)
  Luxembourg The Hague, Netherlands Tigran Balayan (from 2020) Tatoul Markarian (2015-2020), Avet Adonts (2010-2014), Vigen Chitechyan (1997-2010), Armen Sargsyan (1995-1996)
  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Malaysia; Delhi, India; Jakarta, Indonesia (from 2018) Dzyunik Aghajanyan (from 2018)[32] Anna Aghajanyan (2016-2018), Ara Hakobyan (2011-2015), Ashot Kocharyan (2007–2011)
  Malta Rome, Italy Victoria Bagdassarian (2016-2020), Sargis Ghazaryan (2014-2016), Ruben Karapetyan (2011-2013)
  Morocco El Cairo, Egypt Arshak Poladian (from 2019) Ruben Karapetyan (2005-2019)Sergey Manasaryan (2000-2005), Edward Nalbandian (1995-1999)
  Mexico Mexico City, Mexico Ara Ayvazyan
  Moldova Minsk, Belarus Armen Ghevondyan (2020) Jivan Movsisyan (2016-2020), Armen Khachatryan (2004-2016), Hrach Silvanyan (1999-2004), Karine Ghazinyan (1997-1999), Georgi Ghazinyan (1994-1997)
  Monaco Paris, France Hasmik Tolmajian
  Mongolia Beijing, China Sergey Manassarian
  Montenegro Bucharest, Romania Ashot Hovakimyan (from 2019)[33] Amlet Gasparyan (2014-2017), Vahram Kazhoyan (2003-2009)
    Nepal New Delhi, India Armen Martirosyan Ara Hakobyan (2011-2015), Ashot Kocharyan (2005-2011), Armen Bayburdyan (2001-2005)
  Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands Tigran Balayan (from 2018)[34] Garegin Melkonyan (2018-2018), Dzyunik Aghajanyan (2011-2018), Avet Avedonts (2009–2011), Vigen Chitechyan (1997-2009), Armen Sarkissian (1995-1996)
  Norway Oslo, Norway Alexander Arzoumanian (from 2018) Hrachya Aghajanyan (2012-2017), Ara Ayvazyan (2006-2012), Vladimir Karmirshalyan (2000-2006)
  Oman Al Kuwait, Kuwait Sarmen Baghdasaryan () Fadey Charchoghlyan (2012-2016), Sergey Manasaryan (2003-2012), Edward Nalbandian (1995-1999)
  Panama Mexico City, Mexico [ [Ara Ayvazyan]] (2018-2020), Grigor Hovhannisyan (2014–2016)
  Paraguay Buenos Aires, Argentina Esther Mkrtunyan (from 2019) Vahagn Melikyan (2012–2014)
  Peru Lima, Peru Esthera Mkrtunyan (from 2017) Alexan Harutyunyan (2015-2016)
  Philippines Hanoi, Vietnam Vaharam Kazhoyan (17 luglio 2020) Raisa Vardanyan (2014–2019)
  Poland Warsaw, Poland Samvel Mkrtchyan (from 2018) Edgar Ghazaryan (2014-2018), Ashot Galoyan (2005-2014), Ashot Hovakimyan (1998-1999) (1999-2006)
  Portugal Vatican City Karen Nazaryan (from 2019) Mikayel Minasyan (2016-2018), Rouben Karapetyan (2011-2013), Robert Shugarian (2005-2008), Eduard Khojayan (1999-2004)
  Qatar Abu Dhabi, UAE Gegham Gharibjanyan
  Romania Bucharest, Romania Sergey Minasyan (from 2017) Amlet Gasparyan (2010-2017), Yeghishe Sargsyan (2002-2010), Karine Ghazinyan (1997-1999) (1999-2001), Georgi Ghazinyan (1994-1997)
  Russia Moscow, Russia Vardan Toghanyan
  San Marino Rome, Italy Victoria Bagdassarian (2016-2020), Sargis Ghazaryan (2013-2016)
  Serbia Prague, Czech Republic Ashot Hovakimyan (from 2019)
  Singapore Beijing, China; Jakarta, Indonesia (from 2020) Dzyunik Aghajanyan (from 2020) Armen Sargsyan (2010-2016)
  Slovakia Vienna, Austria Armen Papikyan (from 2019) Tigran Seyranyan (2012-28 Dec. 2018), Ashot Hovakimyan (2006–2011), Jivan Tabibian (2001-20106), Samvel Mkrtchyan (1997-1998), Ashot Voskanyan (1995-1997)
  Slovenia Prague, Czech Republic (from 2019; Rome Italy (from 2013); Ashot Hovakimyan (from 2019) Sargis Ghazaryan (2015-2016), Ruben Karapetyan (2010-2013), Vahram Kazhoyan (2003-2009), Armen Petrosyan (2000–2001), Arman Kirakossian (1995-1999)
  South Korea Tokyo, Japan Hrant Poghosyan (from 2014) Armen Sargsyan (2009–2014), Vassily Ghazaryan (2002-2008), Azat Martirosyan (1999-2001)
  Sovereign Military Order of Malta Vatican City Garen Nazaryan (from 2019) Mikael Minasyan (2013-2018)
  Spain Madrid, Spain Vladimir Karmirshalyan (from 2019) Avet Adonts (2014-2019),[35][36] Ruben Karapetyan (2009-2013), Ruben Shugarian (2005-2008), Eduard Khojayan (1999-2004)
  Sri Lanka New Delhi, India Armen Martirosyan (from 2019) Ara Hakobyan (2010-2015), Ashot Kocharyan (2005-2010), Armen Bayburdyan (2001-2005)
  Sudan Cairo, Egypt Karen Grigorian(from 2019)
  Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Alexander Arzumanyan (from 2019) Artak Apitonian (2013–2018)[37] (until 28 Dec. 2018), Ara Ayvazyan (2006–2013), Vladimir Karmirshalyan (2000-2006)
   Switzerland Geneve, Switzerland Andranik Hovhanissian (from 2019) Charles Aznavour (2009–2018), Zohrab Mnatsakanyan(2002-2008)
  Syria Damascus, Syria Tigran Gevorgyan[38]
  Tajikistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan Garnik Badalyan (2019-2019), Vladimir Badalyan (2009-2018), Aram Grigoryan (2000–2007)
  Thailand Beijing, China Sergey Manassarian (from 2018)
  Turkmenistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan Garnik Badalyan[39] (2018-2019), Vladimir Badalyan(2008-2018), Aram Grigoryan (1994-2004) (1997-2007)
  Tunisia Yerevan, Armenia Arshak Poladian (from 2019) Levon Sargsyan (2005-2010)
  Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine Tigran Seyranyan (from 2018) Andranik Manukyan (2010-2018), Armen Khachatryan (2003-2010), Hrach Silvanyan (1993-1996) (1996-2003)
  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Mher Mkrtumyan[40]
  United Kingdom London, United Kingdom Arman Kirakossian Armen Sarkissian
  United States Washington D.C., United States Varuzhan Nersesyan (from 2018)[41] Grigor Hovhannissian (2016-2018), Tigran Sargsyan (2014-2016), Tatul Margaryan (2005–2014), Arman Kirakossian (1999-2005), Ruben Shugarian (1993-1999), Alexander Arzumanyan (1992-1993)
  Uruguay Buenos Aires, Argentina Esther Mkrtumyan (from 2017)
  Uzbekistan Yerevan, Armenia Aram Grigoryan (from 2019)[42]
   Vatican City Vatican City Garen Nazaryan (from 28 dec 2018) Mikael Minasyan (2013-2018), Vigen Chitechyan (2012-2013), Edward Nalbandian (2001-2007), Armen Sarkissian (1995-1996) (1998-2001)
  Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam Vahram Kazhoyan (from 2019)[43] Raisa Vardanyan (2013-2019),[44] Armen Sargsyan (2009-2013), Vahagn Movsisyan (2008-2008), Vassily Ghazaryan (2002–2008)

See alsoEdit

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