Structure & Contacts

Structure of the Embassy

In 2000 Armenia has opened its Embassy in Baghdad, and the Embassy of Iraq was opened in Yerevan in 2001.

Due to the war in 2003 Armenia and Iraq have interrupted the activities of their Embassies. Armenia has reopened its Embassy in Baghdad on October 2010.

Address:
Baghdad, International Zone
House 5, Street 11, Section 215
   
Working Hours: Sunday - Thursday 09.00 – 17.00

Ambassador

H.E. Mr. Karen Grigorian

Contact: Mrs Nooshick Melkonian, PA to the Ambassador

Tel: +964 7808 30 6424

E-mail: armiraqembassy@mfa.am

Political and Economic Affairs

The main task of the Political section of the embassy is to serve the  political interests of Armenia in Iraq, to cover political developments. Points of particular interest for this section are domestic political developments in Iraq, its policy in multilateral and regional fora such as the UN, the Human Rights Council and the Arab League.
Concerning economic affairs the section's primary role is to advise and assist Armenian companies that are exploring economic opportunities in Iraq and Armenian companies already present in the local market. The section also engages in promotion of bilateral trade and direct investment. It is active in promoting bilateral policy dialogue between Iraq and Armenia on both economic matters and development cooperation. 

Contact: Mr Smbat Khachaturian
Tel: 
+964 7808 30 6424

Visa Affairs

The Consular Section provides many services, including issuing visas. A visa allows you to travel to Armenia; it does not guarantee entry. An immigration inspector at the port of entry determines your eligibility for admission into Armenia. 

Holders of Iraqi passports and travel documents are required to obtain an entry visa.

Consul: Mr S. Khachaturian

Contact: Mr. Vardan Sarkissian /visa enquiries/
Tel: +964 78 1846 5511

E-mail: armconsbaghdad@mfa.am

Working Hours: Sunday - Thursday 10.00 – 14.00

 

 

 

 

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