When world leaders visit each other, they generally exchange gifts. Sometimes they get the spelling right, too.
— Cindy Wooden (@Cindy_Wooden) June 24, 2016
Let’s just say that some of the mandarins in the Curia are not so great with the modern lingua franca, the language that dominates the world, the single modern foreign language one must know in addition to one’s native tongue … and Latin.
Latin…? Wait a just a cotton pickin’ minute!
Visit could be 3rd singular perfect indicative active of viso, visi, visum, “to look at attentively, to view, behold, survey”, or, “to go or come in order to look at, to see to, look after; constr. with acc., a rel.-clause, or ad”.
So, ARMENIAM VISIT could be Latin for “He came to see/visit Armenia”.
If it’s Latin, that is. The date on the medal seems to be Latin. Otherwise, it’s just wrong.