This section allows you to express views, opinions and visions in writing. Unlike applications, letters are not examined under the official procedure.

Your official request or application to the Government is henceforth subject to transparent procedures. Our website informs you as to which agency or official is currently in charge of your hand-delivered or mailed request or application.

Search iPhone/iPad application


Person responsible for freedom of information
Person responsible for internal and external warning

1-17 (calls are free of charge)

+374 (10) 527-000(for overseas calls)

Official e-mail

(only for notifications sent in system)


Official News

Saturday, 8 December 2007

On December 9-11, 2007, RA Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan will leave for Brussels (Kingdom of Belgium) and Strasbourg (France) on a 3-day working visit. The Prime Minister-led delegation will comprise RA Minister of Education and Science Levon Mkrtchyan, Deputy Foreign Minister Armen Baiburdyan, heads of RA Government staff departments, other officials.

The delegation headed by the RA Prime Minister will arrive in Brussels late on December 9. The hectic schedule of the Premier's visit features meetings with several top-ranking heads of some European structures.

On December 10, Serzh Sargsyan will meet with EU Council Secretary-General Javier Solana, EU Commissioner for Science and Research Janes Potochnik, Chairperson of the European People's Party Wilfred Martens, NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, Mayor of Brussels Freddy Tielmans.

On December 11, the government delegation will travel to Strasbourg where Serzh Sargsyan will have meetings with Secretary-General of the Council of Europe Terry Davies, Chairman of the European Parliament Hans-Gert Pottering, Chairman of EP Foreign Relations Commission Jatzek Sariusz-Volsky, EU External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner.

RA Prime Minister's visit has aroused great interest among authoritative mass media which have expressed desire to interview the head of the Armenian government. Due to the hectic schedule of the visit, Serzh Sargsyan has accepted only some of these offers. During his European stay the Prime Minister will give interviews to Reuters, Euronews news agencies, La Stampa, Financial Times periodicals and a number of other media outlets.

July 2020