NEW DELHI: The extensive use of drones and missiles in the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan in 2020 had led many military enthusiasts to believe that’s the way future battles will be fought. But the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has demolished those fallacies, says India’s Army chief Gen MM Naravane. In an exclusive interview with StratNews Global Editor Nitin A. Gokhale, Gen Naravane said while incorporating modern technology in warfare is needed, it can never replace boots on the ground. He also spoke about the terror threat from Pakistan and the China challenge. Watch the interview for more.
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