Embassy of Armenia in China
Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Beijing
Ambassador: H.E. Mr. Armen Sargsyan
Address: No.9 Ta Yuan Nan Xiao Jie, Chaoyang District
Tel: (+86)10 6532 5677
Fax: (+86)10 6532 5654
President: Serzh Sargsyan
Administrative Division: ten states and one state-level city
Area: 29,800 square kilometers
Population: 3,215,700 (93.3% Armenian)
Language: Armenian for offices and citizens; most the Armenians may understand Russian.
Currency: Armenia Dram
Time Zones: GMT +4
country Dialing Code: +374
Electrical Plugs: 220V 50Hz
Location & Climate
Armenia is an inland country located in the south Transcaucasia, bordering Azerbaijan to the east, Turkey to the west, Iran to the south as well as Georgia to the north. This is a mountainous region that the 90% area of the whole country is about 1,000 meters above sea level. The climate also varied along with the ground's ups and downs, spanning from the sub-tropical climate to the cold zone. Usually, the hottest and coldest days respectively appear in every July and January.
This country has been invaded many times from the ancient time and still suffers attacks from the neighboring countries for the disputation related with belief and boundary. The earliest history can be traced back to the first Kingdom of Urartu which governed this region from 9th century BC to 6th century BC. Then, it was occupied by the Persian Empire and the Alexander's Seleucid Kingdom until to 321 BC. In the early of the 4th century, this region was unified by the Kingdom of Armenia and broke up again by the Eastern Roman Empire and the Persian Empire in 387. The region belonged to Rome was named Small Armenia as well as the Big Armenia was part of Persia.
Later, Armenia was carved up by Turkey and Iran for twice. While the Russia defeated Iran in 1828, the east Armenia was once occupied by Russian who has influenced its literature, art, religion and education deeply. In 1917, it was still under the control of Turkey and Great Britain The current Republic of Armenia was founded in 1990 and declared independence in 1991.
Please contact Chinese Embassy in Armenia if Armenians will go to China.
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On the other hand, X holder should apply for a residence permit within 30 days after arrival, you should hold a residence permit now if you have studied for a period. If the expiry date of residence permit is approching, you can apply for a tourist L one week before the expiry date of your residence permit, generally speaking, the local exit-entry administrative department of public security bureau will issue foreign students a tourist L with 30 days stay duration at most when the study will over, it gives time for them for packing and preparing to leave on time.
The contact information of the Beijing Office.
No.71, Di'anmen Xidajie, Xicheng District, Beijing
Postal Code 100009
Tel: (8610) 6657 2880
Fax (8610) 6657 2821
E-mail address: bjo-hksarg.org.cn|bjohksar