Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Female Ministers of the Republic of Armenia/ Haikakan Hanrapetoutioun/Hayastan
(Female Suffrage 1922), An ancient kingdom was divided between Russia and Persia in the 16th century and was later ruled by the Osmans of Turkey. Independent 1918-22. Part of the USSR 1922-91 Independence 21.9.91

See also Armenia Parliament and Armenia Heads of State

No information prior to 1955

1975 Deputy Premier Minister Rema Kh. Svetlova
Vice-Chairperson of the Supreme Soviet 1975-89.

1991-92 Minister of Trade Nina Asmayan

1991-93 Minister of Social Protection Karine Kanielyan

1993-95 Deputy Minister of Finance Nina Ogonesova

1994-96 Minister of Social Scurity Hranush Hakobian
2008- Minister of Diaspora Affairs
MP for the
the governing Republican Party of Armenia (HHK) from 1990 and former Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committees of Health and Social Services and Ecology and later on Science, Education and Culture until 2008. (b. 1954-)

1999-2001-? Presidential Spokesperson Hasmik Petrosyan

1999-2000 Member of Government and Chief of Staff of the Premier Minister Karine Kirakosian

2000-? Government Spokesperson, Head of the Information and Public Relations Department M. Harutyunian

2001-04 Vice-Minister of Construction and Urban Affairs Rouzanna Alaverdian
2004 Minister of Urban Affairs

She was in office as Minister from April to June.

2003 Minister of Culture and Youth Affairs Tamara Pogosyan

Circa 2004-06 Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Karine Hakobayan

2006- Minister of Culture Hasmik Poghosyan
2006-07 Minister of Youth Affairs
Her surname is also transcribed as
Poghossian

2006-08 Deputy Minister of Culture and Youth Affairs Karine Khodikyan
Also known as
Kariné Khodikian

2006-08 Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Tamara Gevorgyan

2006- Deputy Minister of Urban Development Ruzan Alaverdyan

 

 

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