As a result of the elections held during the 41st session of the UNESCO General Conference in Paris, Armenia was elected as a member of the UNESCO Executive Council for the period 2021-2025 for the first time.

As a result of a closed secret ballot, Armenia, having received a maximum of 146 votes, was elected to the Executive Council in the first place.

Armenia was first elected as a member of the UNESCO Executive Council in 1992 since its membership in UNESCO.

Within the framework of its membership, Armenia will make efforts to implement its obligations and priorities, in particular, to promote the implementation of UNESCO programs, ensure access to qualified education for all, and protect and preserve cultural heritage.