Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Armenia in Lithuania

The Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Armenia in Lithuania aims to develop cooperation between the two countries, promote cultural ties and strengthen the image of Armenia.

About Armenia

Armenia is located in the southern Caucasus and has borders with Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Iran. Armenia is a unitary, multiparty, demokcratic nation-state with a rich history and cultural heritage.

What makes Armenia interesting and unique?



In 2018, Armenian communities around the world celebrated the 100th anniversary of the First Republic of Armenia. The establishment of the First Republic is one of the most important events for Armenian people in modern history.



Aimed at stimulating foreign investment, as well as creating favorable conditions for businesses, the Government of Armenia offers a wide range of supporting toolkits.



From ancient times, Armenians have cherished their artistic traditions that reflect a unique culture and landscape. Aspects of everyday life are expressed in the most artistic ways.



Majestic monasteries, spectacular mountains, as well as thousands of years of intriguing and rich history make Armenia a natural wonder of the world.

Honorary Consul


I will work on ensuring an intensified representation of Armenia. One of my main focuses will be the promotion of trade and commercial ties as long as friendly relations between Armenian and Lithuania.




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Book launch event at the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania

On 4 October this year, as part of the visit of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan with Lithuanian Parliament Speaker Viktorija Čmilytė-Nielsen, a book launch event was held to mark the publication of the Lithuanian collection of articles titled Reflections of the History of Armenian People in the Lithuanian Press in the Late 19th and…

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The Book of Lamentations published in Lithuania

This week saw the publication and official launch of The Book of Lamentations. Written by Armenian monk St. Gregory of Narek, this book is considered to be a masterpiece of Armenian and Christian spiritual literature. The Honorary Consulate of Armenia in conjunction with its partners supported and actively contributed to the publishing of the book…


A meeting with Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda

On 21 June, Ambassador of Armenia in Lithuania Armen Martirosyan and Honorary Consul of Armenia in Lithuania Karapet Babajan met with President of the Republic of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda. During the meeting, President Nausėda accepted Ambassador Martirosyan’s credentials; he and the guests also discussed bilateral relations between Lithuania and Armenia and the prospects for their…

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