Armenia-Singapore relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Armenia and Singapore. Neither country has a resident ambassador. The Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Beijing, China is accredited to Singapore. Singapore has no representation in Armenia.
In February 2012, the prime ministers of both countries met in Singapore and conferred about increasing economic and cultural alliances between both countries, and also discussed developments occurring in their countries.
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- Prime Minister of Singapore Wishes to Restore Armenian-Singaporean Economic Ties[permanent dead link] – from Armtown.com
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