Bilateral Relations

Cuba Cuba

General Information

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Cuba were established on March 27, 1992.

Since 2014 the embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the United Mexican States was jointly accredited to the Republic of Cuba (residence in Mexico City). Since 2021, the embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Canada is jointly accredited to the Republic of Cuba (residence in Ottawa).

Since August 1999 the embassy of the Republic of Cuba in the Russian Federation was jointly accredited to the Republic of Armenia (residence in Moscow).  Since March 2019 the embassy of the Republic of Cuba in the Republic of Kazakhstan is jointly accredited to the Republic of Armenia (residence in Nur-Sultan).

On December 10 2021, the Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the Republic of Cuba Anahit Harutyunyan (residence in Ottawa), presented her credentials to the President of the Republic of Cuba Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez.

 

Visits
Cuba

August 2002

Minister of Foreign Affairs Vartan Oskanian

January 2014

Minister of Foreign Affairs Edward Nalbandian

 

Visits

Armenia

March 1992

First Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Hidalgo Basulto

October 2001

Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Angel Dalmau

March 2003

Minister of Foreign Affairs Felipe Perez Roque

 

Legal field

Agreement between the Ministry of Healthcare of the Republic of Armenia and the Ministry of Healthcare of the Republic of Cuba in the Field of Healthcare and Medicine (signed on 21.08.2002).

Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Armenia and the Government of the Republic of Cuba on Trade and Economic Cooperation (signed on 26.03.2003).

 

Trade and economic relations

Bilateral trade between Armenia and Cuba (in thousand US dollars)

                 Year

                 

              Export

 

 Import (countries of origin)

                 2017

                   —

            217.6

                 2018

                  —

            232.3

                 2019

                  7.2

 

            172.3

                 2020

                  —

             116.2

                2021

                 —

             255.6

 

Main imported goods

Alcoholic beverages, tobacco.

 

Updated on 25.02.2022

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