The major directions of international economic cooperation are: effective integration of the Republic of Armenia in the world economy, increase of exportation volumes of domestic goods, diversification of foreign markets, establishment of relevant legal and agreement framework and favorable environment for international economic cooperation, attraction of investments, development of infrastructures increasing the efficiency of foreign trade and economic activities.
The implementation of a balanced policy in the field of international economic cooperation is conditioned by the deepening of both bilateral and multilateral cooperation within the framework of the selected priorities, and establishment of new relations more favorable for Armenia.
Purposeful and consistent work is carried out in the afore-mentioned directions, which particularly includes:
The intergovernmental commissions on trade and economic cooperation with foreign countries coordinated by the RA Ministry of Economy are:
Cooperation within the framework of membership in international organizations:
The activity of commercial attachés and representatives of the Republic of Armenia is regulated by the RA Government Decree No.1935-N dated December 23, 2004, and the RA Government Decree No.1425-N dated November 9, 2017, “On approving the charter of the commercial attachés and commercial representations of the Republic of Armenia”, which define the goals, tasks, and functions of the latter.