All the chats in Armenia

  1. Chats in Aragatsotn
  2. Chats in Ararat
  3. Chats in Armavir
  4. Chats in Gegharkunik
  5. Chats in Kotayk
  6. Chats in Lori
  7. Chats in Shirak
  8. Chats in Syunik
  9. Chats in Tavush
  10. Chats in Vayots Dzor
  11. Chats in Yerevan

Armenia, officially Republic of Armenia, is a country of the South Caucasus and without exit to the sea located between Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It shares borders with Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan to the east and Iran and the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan to the south. Armenia is an old Soviet republic, a unitary, multiparty state and in a process of democratization that has its roots in one of the oldest civilizations in the world.

Endowed with a rich cultural heritage, it stood out as the first nation to adopt Christianity as an official religion in the early years of the fourth century, although Armenia is a secular constitutional state, the Christian faith plays an important role in its history and in the identity of the Armenian people. Culturally, historically and politically, Armenia is considered part of Europe, but its location in the South Caucasus places it on a supposed imaginary border between Europe and Asia: in reality it is a transcontinental country, halfway between the two geographical areas, these classifications are arbitrary, as there is no easily definable geographical difference between Asia and Europe. Armenia is currently a member of more than 35 international organizations, including the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the Asian Development Bank, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the World Trade Organization and the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization.

He is one of the members of the Association for Peace of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, as well as of the military alliance Organization of the Treaty of Collective Security. He is also an observer member of the Eurasian Economic Community, the Francophony and the Non-Aligned Movement.