Bilateral Relations

Iraq Iraq

General Information

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Iraq were established on 12 February 2000.

The Embassy of Armenia in Iraq was opened in 2000 (reopened in 2010)

The Embassy of Iraq in Armenia was opened in 2001 (reopened in 2012)

The Consulate General of Armenia in Erbil was opened in 2021

Arshak Manukyan was appointed as the Consul General of Armenia in Erbil on 11 November 2020

Visits

Iraq

February 2014

Edward Nalbandyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs

November 2006

Serzh Sargsyan, Minister of Defense

2001  

Vardan Oskanyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Armenia

2021 May

Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister of Iraqi Kurdistan

2021 May

Shirko Saleh, Chairman of the Standing Committee on Foreign Relations of the Iraqi Parliament

2021 March

Jumaa Saadoun, Minister of Defence

2013 December

Hoshyar Zibari, Minister of Foreign Affairs

2012 September       

Rose Nouri Shawais, Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq

Legal framework

Armenia and Iraq have signed about ten international treaties, memorandums of cooperation, and other documents in the fields of economy, reciprocal protection of investments, defense, and science.

Intergovernmental Committee   

The Armenian-Iraqi intergovernmental joint commission on economic cooperation has been operating since 2012. Up to date four sessions of the commission have been held.

2012 November, Baghdad

2013 November, Yerevan

2016 January, Baghdad

2017 September, Yerevan

Turnover between Armenia and Austria (thousand US dollars)

 

Export

Import (according to the country of origin)

2022 /Jan-August/

149848.3708

328.558

2021

177313.5683

4740.75777

2020

163826.7784

2283.98791

2019

177290.7488

4132.77063

 

Updated on 01.11.2022

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