Relations with Armenia

  • Last updated: 30 Nov. 2016 11:35

Armenia contributes to NATO-led operations and cooperates with the Allies and other partner countries in many other areas. Support for the country’s reform efforts is a priority.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg with the Armenian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Edward Nalbandian (centre) and the Armenian Minister of Defence, Mr. Seyran Ohanyan (left)

 

Highlights

  • Relations with NATO started when Armenia joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council (1992) and the Partnership for Peace (1994).
  • The country’s programme of cooperation with NATO is set out in an Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP), which is agreed every two years.
  • NATO and Armenia cooperate on wide-ranging democratic, institutional and defence reforms.
  • Armenia is an active contributor to NATO-led operations in Afghanistan and Kosovo.

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