Embassy & Consulates

The Embassy of Sweden can be reached on phone no: +374 (0) 95 95 95 01 between 09.30 and 12.30 on weekdays and by email:


The Embassy provides consular service for Swedes abroad. The Embassy can only issue emergency passports. More information is available here.

The Embassy does not issue legalizations or apostilles, all necessary documents should be apostilled before traveling to Armenia. Read more about legalizations, apostille and Notary Publicus here.

The Embassy does not issue visas or process applications for residence or work permits. Any questions about how to apply for a visa to Sweden can be addressed to the German Embassy in Yerevan, which issues visas for Sweden. You can find the contact information of the German Embassy here: www.eriwan.diplo.de

For questions about residence or work permits, please contact the Embassy of Sweden in Moscow: www.swedenabroad.se/moscow

Owing to technical reasons, the Embassy of Sweden is currently not operating from its offices at 34, Baghramyan Avenue, but from a temporary location in Yerevan.

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Postal address

Embassy of Sweden
34, Baghramyan Avenue
Postal code: 0019

Phone, fax, email:

Tel: +374 95 959501