There are currently no bans or regulations on e-cigarettes, although the Government of Armenia plans to ban the use of vapor products very shortly, according to an Armenpress report. We highly suggest registering for updates below.
The government imposed a ban on smoking in public places in 2004, but the measure is weakly enforced.
As vaping is seen negatively by the Armenian Government, we suggest that you at least abide by current smoking laws until further information is gathered from the embassy. (Available in the tab below)
Register for updates below as more information should be available shortly.
All Laws & Regulations
Armenia became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on February 27, 2005.
Smoke Free Places: The law prohibits smoking in all indoor educational, cultural, and healthcare facilities. In other indoor public places and workplaces, smoking is restricted to designated smoking areas, subject to exceptions for catering facilities and individual workspaces. Catering facilities may, but are not required to, have separate smoking areas. Smoking is permitted in individual workspaces. Smoking is prohibited on public transport except for non-fixed-route taxis and trains, which may have smoking cars.