21st century has morphed into hybrid warfare: Gen Nadeem

CJCSC remarks while addressing participants of Navy Staff Course at Pakistan Navy War College in Lahore

NEWS DESK June 30, 2020
General Nadeem Raza addresses the participants of Navy Staff Course. PHOTO: ISPR

General Nadeem Raza, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), discussed the changing world order and hybrid warfare during his visit at the Pakistan Navy War College in Lahore on Tueday.

The CJCSC address to the participants of Navy Staff Course was mainly fcused on evolving global order and national security challenges peculiar to South Asia, a statement issued by the Pakistan Navy said.

"[Gen Nadeem] highlighted the increasingly fluid regional environment shaped by a dynamic mix of great power competition and Indian hegemonic aspirations," the communique added.

The warfare of 21st century has evolved and morphed into hybrid warfare or grey zone conflicts, he said while describing it as "a blend of subversion, terrorism and irregular warfare".

The CJCSC also paid a tribute to the Pakistan Navy, saying it has a proud history of valour and sacrifices. "As a vibrant force, the Pakistan Navy has always come up to the expectations of the nation in defending maritime frontiers of Pakistan."

General Nadeem was received by Commandant Pakistan Navy War College Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique upon his arrival at the varsity.

He also laid wreath at the Yadgar-e-Shuhada and offered Fateha.


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