The Embassy of Armenia in Berlin
Address: Nussbaumallee 4; Berlin, D-14050
Tel.: (+49) 30 405 091 0
Amb. Ashot Smbatyan
Upon the May 19th, 2015 decree of the President of the Republic of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, Ashot Smbatyan was appointed the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Armenia to the Federal Republic of Germany.
Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Federal Republic of Germany were established in January 1992. On July 19th 2012 H. E. Amb. Reiner Morell, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany to Armenia, presented his credentials to the President of the Republic of Armenia, the Hon. President Serzh Sargsyan.
Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Federal Republic of Germany were established in January 1992.
The relationship between Germany and Armenia has always been stable and solid, with both countries continuing to work together. The leaders of both countries' have discussed bilateral relations and noted that they have considerably improved over the last few years.
Germany made steps to recognize the Armenian Genocide in 2005, during the rule of the Socialist-Green coalition led by Chancellor Gerhard Schröder. However, while calling on Turkey to accept its "historic responsibility", the German government declined to use the word "genocide". In 2015, public discussion about the Armenian Genocide and the explicit usage of the term "genocide" in official language has seen a large increase in Germany.
In March 2015, the German Federal Foreign Office reported positive political, economic and cultural relations between both countries. Armenian soldiers have been attached to German contingents during their deployment in Afghanistan. The division was guarding the coalition airport in the northern city of Kunduz.