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The Consulate of the Republic of Armenia in Bangkok is the official representative of the Republic of Armenia to the Kingdom of Thailand.

Honorary Consul Mr. Arto Artinian and the Consulate staff provide necessary Consular services and assistance to all Armenian Nationals, Thai Nationals and all foreign Nationals who are legal residents of the Kingdom of Thailand and plan to travel to Armenia.

The Consulate opening / visiting hours are Monday till Friday 9:00am till 17:00pm (Excluding Public and National Holiday in Thailand and Armenia).

For appointments and visits please call and/or contact the Consulate in advance and pre-arrange details to make sure all requirement clarifications are made, information is provided and received, necessary paperwork is processed and a relevant Consular staff member is available upon arrival. The Consulate of the Republic of Armenia to the Kingdom of Thailand, provides Consular guidance and advice on various issues such as travel arrangements to Armenia and certification of documents.

BILATERAL RELATIONS: ARMENIA – THAILANDbilateral relations Armenia and Thailand

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Kingdom of Thailand were established on the 7th July 1992. In January 1998 Armenian Consulate was established in Thailand with the first Honorary Consul of Armenia to Thailand being Mr. Norair Bob Der Gevorkyan.

Since 2011 Mr. Arto Artinian has been appointed as Honorary Consul of the Republic of Armenia to the Kingdom of Thailand.

Official visits by Armenian State officials and Ministers to Thailand:

March 2002
Official visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, H.E. Vartan Oskanian

June 2005
State visit of the Prime Minister of Armenia, H.E. Antranik Margarian

Signed documents

Agreement on the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Kingdom of Thailand, 1999, June 7, Moscow Agreement between the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Armenia and the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of the Kingdom of Thailand on Cooperation in Agriculture, 2003, March 19.

Convention

Convention between the Government of the Republic of Armenia and the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income and on capital, 2001, November 7.

Others

Joint Statement on Friendship and Partnership between the Republic of Armenia and the Kingdom of Thailand, 2002, August 6, Bangkok.

Joint Action Plan between the Government of the Republic of Armenia and the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand, 2005