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Belarus and Armenia

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Armenia were established on June 11, 1993.

About 70 agreements regulating different spheres of cooperation have been signed by the countries.

Bilateral highest-  and high-level visits are organized 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 2020, the trade turnover with Armenia amounted to $82,3 million; Belarusian export totaled $57,5 million.

The bulk of Belarusian exports to Armenia accounts for the supply of milk and cream, cheeses and cottage cheese, tractors and trucks, machines and devices for lifting, moving, loading or unloading, beef, insulated wires and cables, medicines, furniture and parts, butter, parts for machines and devices.

Alcoholic beverages, copper scrap and waste, styrene polymers, ferroalloys, hygiene items, fish are the main goods imported from Armenia.

The large distribution network of Belarusian enterprises has been formed in Armenia. There are four companies with Belarusian capital in Armenia.

The 14th Session of the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Armenian Commission on trade and economic cooperation was held in Yerevan in March 2020.

On May 16-20, 2019 the Days of Belarusian Culture in Armenia were held. Parties participate in international festivals held in Belarus and Armenia.


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