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By ALI MURAT TAŞKENT - avim.org.tr
In mid-May 2017, making his first official visit to Doha, Qatar, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan met with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. During their meeting, both leaders discussed further developing bilateral ties and boosting the mutually beneficial trade and economic relations, along with opportunity of the visa liberalization and possibilities of cooperation in a multilateral format. It was also reported that upon Armenia’s proposal, the sides also discussed a number of investment projects in different areas, including “the use of Armenia’s transit opportunities, especially access via Armenia to the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union.”[1]

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Within the framework of his visit, President Sargsyan also met with the Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Airways and discussed cooperation in the area of aviation and prospects for development. Reportedly, President Sargsyan underlined the importance of direct flights from the countries of the Persian Gulf, including Qatar, for Armenia’s tourism sector, and that Armenia would encourage and support Qatari investment in different areas such as aviation. It should be noted that “Qatar Airways entered the Armenian aviation market in May 2016 and is carrying out Doha-Yerevan-Doha regular flights”.[2]

Furthermore, a couple of weeks after Sargsyan’s visit to Qatar, on 1 June 2017, it was announced that Armenia lifted visa requirements for citizens of Qatar.[3]

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In addition to Qatar, it should be noted that President Sargsyan also made an official visit to the United Arab Emirates in March 2017 to attend the Armenia-UAE investment forum, which was agreed to conduct at during the President’s official visit to the UAE in November 2016. During his visit, he also met with Vice President, Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Emir of Dubai Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, during which, according to press reports, the two sides discussed ways of enhancing investment partnership between the UAE and Armenia with a focus on tourism, water and agriculture, and agreed on reciprocal exemption from visa requirements.[4]

It is also noteworthy that in a time of Armenian activity towards Gulf States, the spiritual leader of the Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia Aram I made a visit to Kuwait in May 2017 to “anoint the newly constructed St Vartanantz Church