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Armenia–Japan relations


Armenia–Japan relations

Armenian-Japanese relations
Map indicating locations of Armenia and Japan



Armenia and Japan established diplomatic relations on September 7, 1992.

Armenia's President Robert Kocharyan paid an official visit to Japan on December 2001, holding meetings with Japan's Emperor and Prime Minister. He announced that the nation was planning to set up an embassy in Tokyo as soon as possible.[1] Armenia opened its Embassy in Tokyo on July 7, 2010. Japan is represented in Armenia through its embassy in Moscow (Russia).


  • See also 1
  • Further reading 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4

See also

Further reading

  • Amirkhanyan, M. D., R. K. Karapetyan, and N. H. Hovhannisyan. Hayastan–Chaponia: kʻaghakʻakan, tntesakan, mshakutʻayin ev gitakan haraberutʻyunner / アルメニア・日本: 政治・経済・文化・科学的な交流 Arumenia/Nihon: Seiji, keizai, bunka, kagakuteki na kōryū / Armenia–Japan: Political, Economic, Cultural and Scientific Relations. Erevan: "Zangak-97", 2005. ISBN 99941-1-010-1.[2]


  1. ^ "Armenia's President met Japan's Emperor",, 20 December 2001. Accessed 2010-02-14.
  2. ^ The publication details of this book differ according to the OPAC. See the entries for this ISBN at Worldcat and also the entry for the library of the Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO. This appears to be an image of a Japanese-language cover.

External links

  • Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs page about relations with Armenia
  • Japan–Armenia Friendship Association (日本アルメニア友好協会, Nihon Arumenia Yūkō Kyōkai) (Japanese)
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