Relations with Armenia

  • Last updated: 08 Nov. 2018 12:33

Armenia contributes to NATO-led operations and cooperates with Allies and other partner countries in many other areas. A key priority for NATO is to strengthen political dialogue and to provide focused advice and assistance in support of wide-ranging democratic, institutional and defence reform efforts in Armenia.

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)

 

  • Relations with NATO started in 1992, when Armenia joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council. This forum for dialogue was succeeded in 1997 by the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, which brings together all