India is broadening its military footprint, to send defence attaches to more nations across Africa and Asia: Report


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India will deploy defence attaches in Ethiopia, Mozambique, Ivory Coast, Philippines, Armenia, and Poland, marking a significant shift in its strategic approach to bolster ties with key regions amidst growing geopolitical tensions. As per a report in Hindustan Times, specifically, India will assign defence attaches to Poland and Armenia for the first time, reflecting the heightened importance of these nations as security partners. This move follows a major arms deal with Armenia and underscores Poland's increasing significance in European security dynamics. The external affairs ministry plans to establish 26 new missions globally, with 18 in African nations, HT reported. India...