Cultural Project “Everyone’s Going to Yerevan” Taking Place in Armenia


The Foreign Ministry is happy to highlight the project “Everyone’s Going to Yerevan”, which will enliven cultural relations between Estonia and Armenia.

An initiative of this kind will give a vital boost to the development of Estonia-Armenia relations. Estonia and Armenia’s cultural ties will be intensified over the course of five days through the extensive cultural programme taking place in Yerevan and other Armenian cities.

Estonian Ambassador to Armenia Priit Turk will participate in the opening of the exhibit of artist Siim-Tanel Annus and host a reception dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.

From 12-16 June the unique public diplomacy mission “Everyone’s Going to Yerevan” will take place in Yerevan and many other Armenian cities. The five days will include more than 40 different cultural events, and participants will include the Estonian National Male Choir, Andres Mustonen and Hortus Musicus, Tõnis Mägi, Anne Veski, the Jaak Sooäär Trio, J.M.K.E, Tallinn Dance Theatre, and many others. A total of nearly 340 Estonians will be going to Yerevan. The event is being led by the director of AS Corpore Meelis Kubits.

While the event is taking place, representatives of Estonian and Armenian municipalities will meet to discuss challenges and opportunities in tourism in the 21st century.
Additional information on the programme of the civic initiative public diplomacy project “Everyone’s Going to Yerevan”:



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