The Philippine Consulate General (ad honorem) in Armenia was established in 2004 in recognition of the importance of Armenia for the Philippines, and for the development and strengthening of the Philippine-Armenian relations, as regards to business, trade, science, education and cultural exchange. The growing Filipino expatriate community in Armenia and the increasing number of Armenians taking an interest in the Philippines just highlight the increasing role of the Consulate General (ad honorem) for the need to provide service and assistance .
Mr Albert Taroyan is the Consul General (ad honorem) of the Republic of the Philippines in the Republic of Armenia, and serves in this capacity since 4 March 2004, the day the Consulate was established.
Mission — The Philippine Consulate General (ad honorem) in Armenia works to enhance, foster and promote the Philippine-Armenian relations, serves the consular needs of the Filipino community in Armenia, plus assists the residents of Armenia in establishing or strengthening their links with the Philippines through representing the opportunities that the Philippines offer to Armenia and facilitating the contacts as possible. It is also standing ready to assist on ground those in the Philippines interested in Armenia with providing local assistance and facilitation.
Services — The Consulate General (ad honorem) focuses on issuance of Visas, Travel Documents (TD), Affidavits and Authentication of documents for the use in the Philippines, as well as provides relevant information to various professional communities (such as business, science, education, culture, etc.) in Armenia and the Philippines interested in developing links between the two countries.
Jurisdiction — The Philippine Consulate General (ad honorem) in Armenia provides services and assistance to Filipino nationals residing in Armenia, as well as Armenian citizens and residents.
Address of the Consulate General (ad honorem) – 25 Charents Street, 0025 Yerevan, Republic of Armenia