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Belarus-Armenia

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Armenia were established on June 11, 1993. About 80 agreements regulating different cooperation spheres have been signed by the countries.

Bilateral high-level visits are conducted on a regular basis. Presidents, Prime Ministers, Ministers of foreign affairs of the two states meet each other regularly in the framework of CIS, EAEU and CSTO.

In 2017, the Prime Minister of Belarus and the Vice-Chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus visited Yerevan to attend the meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council (in October) and the 10th meeting of the bilateral interparliamentary cooperation commission (in November) respectively.

In November 2017, the President of Armenia took part in the CSTO summit in Minsk.

In 2016 the trade turnover with Armenia amounted to 32.1 million dollars; Belarusian export totaled 22 million dollars. 

The bulk of Belarusian exports to Armenia accounts for the supply of dairy products, automotive engineering, tires, products of light, chemical and woodworking industries, medicines.

Mainly alcoholic beverages, jewelry, vaccines, fresh flowers are imported from Armenia.

The large distribution network of Belarusian enterprises has been formed in Armenia. There are three companies with Belarusian capital in Armenia. “AR-BE”, Armenian-Belarusian Trading House, was opened in Yerevan in 2010.

The Belarusian-Armenian Intergovernmental commission for trade and economic cooperation coordinates bilateral trade. Since its creation in 2000. 

13 meetings of the Commission were held.