The Armenian Public Broadcaster has confirmed participation at this year’s Junior Eurovision to take place in Valletta (Malta).
Armenia has taken part at Junior Eurovision ever since 2007 achieving very successful results. Moreover, the country is the only one owning two trophies, 3rd and 2nd, after the introduction of the Top-3 prizes in 2014. The Armenian best result came in 2010 with the victory of Vladimir Arzumanyan and the song “Mama”.
A total of 11 countries, out of the 18 expected ones, have officially confirmed participation at the upcoming edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest until the date. Poland is highly rumoured to take part in the competition after an absence of more than a decade, but an official confirmation hasn’t been made yet, while Slovenia and San Marino have already confirmed their withdrawal from the competition.