UNDP Belarus Management




Resident Representative a.i. Mr. Armen Martirosyan

Mr. Armen Martirosyan took office of the Resident Representative a.i. of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Belarus in August 2023.

Prior to this appointment, Mr. Martirosyan had contributed over 15 years on different positions at the UNDP Country Office in Armenia, ensuring coordination of the Environmental, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Sustainable Growth and Resilience portfolios, which also included dealing with the socio-economic dimension of the programme.

Before joining UNDP, Mr. Martirosyan worked for the Regional Environmental Center for the Caucasus (Tbilisi), served at the Armenian Red Cross Society, assisted at the programmes of German Technical Assistance (GIZ) and the EU TACIS.

Holding Masters’ Degree in Industrial Engineering (American University of Armenia), Mr. Martirosyan is also a fellow of John Smith Programme; finished courses of Central Eurasian Leadership Academy (Koch University, Istanbul) and Senior Executive Course with Harvard Kennedy School (Boston, USA).

Mr. Martirosyan is an Armenian national, married with two children. He speaks Armenian, Russian, English, and basic Georgian.