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Davit Tonoyan

Davit Tonoyan

RA Minister of Defense

In office since
11 May 2018

Ministry of Defense

The Republic of Armenia Ministry of Defense is a republican body of executive authority, which elaborates and implements the policies of the Republic of Armenia Government in the defense sector.

First Deputy Minister:

Deputy Ministers:
David Pakhchanyan
Gabriel Balayan
Makar Ghambaryan

 

Address:
Bagrevandi 5, Yerevan

Tel.:
29-44-30, 29-46-99

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http://www.mil.am/

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Agencies under ministries

General Staff of the Armed Forces

Major-General, Chief of General Staff of RA Armed Forces: Artak Davtyan

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia is a State body operating in the sphere of management of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia, which develops and implements the Government’s policy in the field of defense.

The General Staff is the central military management entity in the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia, which is directly responsible for the exercise of the functions vested in the Armed Forces.

http://www.mil.am/hy/structures/2

Military-Industrial Committee

Head: Avetiq Qerobyan

The State-Military-Industrial Committee under the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia develops long-term, medium-term and short-term government assistance programs for the military-industrial complex (MIC), State orders for military needs and the order of its formation, develops a summary list of MIC subjects. The State-Military-Industrial Committee is responsible for developing a mapping system and registration procedures for MIC subjects.

http://www.mil.am/hy/structures/41