The Damascus Army’s air defense systems shot down more Israeli drones before they could arrive in Quneitra, media reports said.
Israel’s Army’s drones continued attacks for the second consecutive day on Quneitra province, the Arab-language media outlets reported.
The SANA news agency reported that the Syrian Army’s air defense systems targeted aerial vehicles coming from Occupied Golan that had violated Qunietra province’s airspace.
The Arabic-language version of Sputnik news agency, meantime, pointed to the possibility that the drones have been spy aircraft and the Syrian Army’s air defense had confronted two of them that had violated the Syrian airspace in Jabal al-Sheikh in Western Occupied Golan and Khan Arnabeh in Quneitra.
In a relevant development on Saturday, the Syrian Army’s air defense systems targeted and shot down an Israeli drone after detecting it coming from Quneitra towards Damascus.
The Syrian Army’s air defense systems downed an Israeli regime’s drone near Damascus, SANA news agency quoted a military source as saying.
The source noted that the Syrian air defense detected hostile targets coming from the direction of Quneitra and intercepted them.
In a relevant development earlier, SANA reported that aerial defenses targeted luminous objects coming from the occupied territories, shooting down a number of them.
Meantime, the Arabic-language version of Russian Sputnik News Agency quoted a Syrian security source as saying that the Syrian Army’s air defense systems downed an Israeli drone that had entered Syria from Southwestern Damascus.
The source pointed to firing surface-to-air missiles at offending targets in Southwestern Damascus near Syria-Lebanon-Golan triangle, and said that the Syrian Army’s air defense systems had confronted six targets and downed a number of them.
The Israeli regime occasionally launches airstrikes on the Syrian territory. Such aggressive moves are meant to compensate defeats by terrorist groups against the Syrian government forces.