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Security Alert – U.S. Embassy Yerevan, Armenia

Location: Armenia Event: Local media and officials have reported fighting inside Nagorno Karabakh (NK).  No hostilities have been reported along the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan.  The Embassy recognizes this is a rapidly developing situation and continues to monitor it closely. The U.S. Embassy in Armenia has advised U.S. embassy employees and their families to continue ... Read More»

Eagle Partner Exercise Builds Upon Longstanding U.S.-Armenian Security Cooperation

Yerevan, ARMENIA – The U.S. Embassy in Armenia welcomes to Yerevan Major General Gregory Anderson, Commanding General, 10th Mountain Division, and Brigadier General Patrick Ellis, U.S. Army Europe and Africa Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations. Major General Anderson and Brigadier General Ellis will join Ambassador Kvien to observe the Eagle Partner exercise at the ... Read More»

The worldwide limit for the 2023 Diversity Visa Program has been reached

The Diversity Visa (DV) program awards up to 55,000 immigrant visas per year and allows those from countries with low immigration rates to the United States, to enter for a chance to apply for a U.S immigrant visa. Since its launch in 1990, the program has continued the ongoing policy priority to promote and maintain ... Read More»

Demonstration Alert: U.S. Embassy Yerevan, Armenia

Location: Yerevan Event: The U.S. Embassy wishes to inform U.S. citizens of an increase of local media reports of planned demonstrations in Yerevan, including a demonstration scheduled for Saturday, September 2 in downtown Yerevan. Recent protests have caused civil disruption in the form of spontaneous road closures in Yerevan.  Large crowds are unpredictable, and confrontations ... Read More»

Demonstration Alert: U.S. Embassy Yerevan, Armenia

Location: Yerevan Event: Social media indicates a possible protest at the Embassy on Monday, July 24, at 5:00 pm. Visitors to the U.S. Embassy and embassy staff should remain alert and aware of their surroundings. In general, demonstrations are unpredictable and participants could change direction at any moment, creating new traffic and movement blockages. Even ... Read More»