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Tigran Balayan Appointed as Armenia's Ambassador to Belgium and Head of Armenia's Mission to the EU


Tigran Balayan Appointed as Armenia's Ambassador to Belgium and Head of Armenia's Mission to the EU

Tigran Balayan has been appointed as the Ambassador of Armenia to Belgium and concurrently as the Head of the Mission of Armenia to the European Union. These critical appointments were confirmed through a decree signed by Armenian President Vahagn Khachaturyan.


Balayan's new roles will place him at the heart of Armenia's diplomatic engagements in Europe, where he will play a pivotal role in fostering and strengthening Armenia's relations with both Belgium and the European Union.


His appointment as Armenia's Ambassador to Belgium will see him represent the interests of Armenia in a nation with which Armenia shares diplomatic relations and cooperative endeavors. Belgium, as a member of the European Union and NATO, holds strategic significance in international affairs.


Simultaneously, Balayan's role as the Head of the Mission of Armenia to the European Union will involve overseeing Armenia's interactions and collaborations with the European Union—an essential partnership for Armenia's economic, political, and social interests.


With the diplomatic residence located in Brussels, Balayan will be well-positioned to facilitate and promote Armenia's relations with the European Union institutions, reinforcing Armenia's role on the European stage.


Balayan's appointments are anticipated to play a crucial role in advancing Armenia's diplomatic objectives, enhancing cooperation, and ensuring Armenia's voice is heard and represented effectively in both Belgium and the European Union. These developments underline Armenia's commitment to building and nurturing robust international relationships for the betterment of its citizens and the broader global community.


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