Alleged Israeli airstrikes focused net sites in the Damascus condo on Sunday night, with Syrian air defenses responding to the strikes, per Syrian mumble files agency SANA.
The Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Events in Syria, section of Russia’s Protection Ministry, reported on Monday that Russian-made Buk-M2E air defense programs veteran by Syrian forces downed two out of six projectiles launched by two Israeli F-16 fighter jets over the Damascus condo on Sunday night.
Two warehouses had been damaged in the strikes and no injuries had been introduced about, per the Russian Protection Ministry.
In line with the Alma Compare and Education Center, the strikes focused net sites north of Damascus come Hafir Fawqa and the Alhama neighborhood, estimating that one of the most fundamental targets had been Syrian air defense batteries.
The strikes on Sunday night had been the first alleged Israeli strikes reported in Syria since strikes focused the Aleppo International Airport earlier this month.
F-16 fighter jet of the 117th First Jet Squadron (credit: DAVID WEINRICH)
A Syrian soldier became once killed and seven other people had been injured in the strikes come Aleppo, which came correct a day earlier than Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi visited Syria.
Correct a few days earlier than those strikes, alleged Israeli airstrikes focused the Homs condo, injuring three people, per Syrian reports. The Sputnik files agency reported that sizable fires broke out come Homs amid those strikes.