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The Delegation of the Government of Armenia participated at the world’s largest annual mining convention (PDAC, Toronto, March 1-4, 2015) to promote the Mining industry of Republic of Armenia.

The delegation was headed by

Hon. Yervand Zakharyan


the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of RA.

Armenia-Canada Chamber of Commerce supports this mission and organized several meetings for companies like Dundee Precious Metals, Lydian Internarnational, Centerra, Alicanto and others.

On 1-3 of March, the RA Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Yervand Zakharyan took part in the annual International Conference of Mining Industry in Toronto.

About 25 million representatives of mining industry from 100 countries are participating in the conference each year: the global players in the field, the sphere policy makers, investors, funders, industrialists and reprocessors among them.

The aim of Toronto Conference is to promote new business avenues in the field of natural resources, between Canada and the countries of the European-Asian region.

The conference is also an excellent opportunity for the participating countries to introduce the possibilities and offers they have regarding the mining sphere.

The Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Yervand Zakharyan also delivered a speech in the conference.



The Minister presented the Armenia's natural resources sector policy and legislative field, the current situation of the sphere and development prospects in his speech.

Within the framework of the Conference Yervand Zakharyan has meetings with a number of mining companies leaders, as well as the companies, who works in Armenia: "Dundee Precious Metals", "Lydian International", "Centerra Gold inc".



Meeting with top management of Centerra Gold Company.


There were discussed the issues of  investments’ involvement in the Armenia’s mining industry and activity expansion.

The Minister also participated in the mining exhibition organized within the framework of the Conference.




Minister Kenney concludes successful trip to Armenia

Trade and remembrance elements of trip

August 1, 2014 — Ottawa — Jason Kenney, Canada’s Minister of Employment and Social Development and Minister for Multiculturalism, has completed a successful visit to the Republic of Armenia. He is the first Canadian minister to have visited the country since 2002. Armenia-Canada Chamber of Commerce was actively involved in preparation and organizing of this event.

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The Minister – who completed his three-day trip yesterday – had a ninety-minute meeting with President Serzh Sargsyan, discussing issues such as trade and investment, the Armenian Genocide, Canada’s support of efforts by Armenia and Turkey to seek a path towards reconciliation, Armenian & Canadian support for refugees from violent persecution in Syria and Iraq, the crisis in Ukraine and alignment by the international community in its response to Russian aggression in Ukraine, and the successful role of Canada's Armenian community. 

Kenney and business

Hon. Kenney and representatives of businesses

Minister Kenney discussed these and other issues with Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan, Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandyan, Diaspora Affairs Minister Hranush Hakobyan, and National Assembly President Galust Sahakyan.

In 2013, Canadian trade with Armenia totalled more than $100 million. During the visit, on which he was accompanied by several members of the Canadian Armenian community, Minister Kenney met with Canadian companies investing in Armenia and Armenian business leaders to discuss strategies for increasing bilateral trade and investment.


Azat Vartanian

Hon. Kenney and Prof. Azat Vartanian

Minister Kenney laid a wreath at the Armenian Genocide Memorial in memory of the victims of what the Senate of Canada has recognized as "the first genocide of the Twentieth Century" and the House of Commons recognized as genocide and “a crime against humanity.”

He also paid respects at the Armenian Memorial to the Victims of Communist Repression, noting that the Government of Canada is working with community groups to build a Canadian Monument to the Victims of Communism.

Finally, Minister Kenney visited the Khor Virap Monastery, a key site in Armenian history near to the symbolically important Mount Ararat; and he attended a service at Holy Etchmiadzin, the spiritual centre of Armenia where Armenian Christianity was born in the year 301, AD.

Quick facts

  • Since 1999, Canada and Armenia enjoy the benefits of a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement.
  • Canada was a strong supporter of Armenia’s candidacy to become an associate member of l’Organisation internationale de la Francophonie in 2008.
  • Armenia will celebrate 24 years as a free and sovereign nation on Sept. 21. 


“Canada's Armenian community has made an enormous contribution to building our country. This visit was a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge that fact, to build on Canada's relations with the Republic of Armenia, and to promote job-creating trade between our two countries.”

– Jason Kenney, Minister of Defence and Minister for Multiculturalism.




Last week Dr. Vahram Nercissiantz, the Chief Economic Advisor to the President of Armenia visited Canada.

Visit was organized by the ACCC.

Dr. Nercissiantz had important meetings in Ottawa and Montreal


In Ottawa Dr. Nercissiantz met:

Honorable Peter Kent, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Hon. Gary Goodyear, the Minister of Science and Technology

Hon. Harold Albrecht, MP, the Chair of Can-Arm Parliamentary Friendship Group

Hon. Marc Garneau, MP, Liberal Critic of IT Technology

Hon. Denis Coderre, MP, Quebec Lieutenant of the Official Opposition

Mr. Leigh Sarty, Director for Europe, DFAIT

In Montreal Dr. Nercissiantz met:

Mr. Peter S. Martin (McCarthy Tetrault Law firm), Mr. Bill Mavridis, (Caldera Resources Inc.) Mr. John Mavridis (Newhouse Strategic Counsel Inc.), Mr. Rami Ailabouni, Mr. Stefanos (UAE Chamber of Commerce in Canada).

He had meetings also with representatives of the Armenian Community of Montreal.

During the meetings Dr. Nercissiantz provided high officials and audience with latest information on the economic situation in Armenia and discussed the program of the development of the business relations between Canada and Armenia.

in addition to usual chamber's activities we are planning to organize two major missions in 2009

1. Trade Missions to armenia

2. trade mission to canada

3. The accc is also involved in preparation of the official visit of Hon. S. Sargsyan, the president of ra to canada

Participation in Missions.

High officials, representatives of the business entities and other organizations will take part in both Missions.

The Programs of Missions include networking activities, VIP meetings with leaders of country, presentation and introduction opportunities and etc., The participation in Missions is by invitation only.

The Members of the ACCC will benefit from our discount program.

For additional information please contact our office in Montreal.

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