Israeli F-16 Jets Attacked Damascus Province on Thursday, Russian Military Says
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Israeli F-16 fighter jets attacked the Damascus province on Thursday, and Syria's air defense repelled one missile out of two, a Russian military official with the center for Syrian reconciliation said on Friday, adding that the incident did not lead to any casualties.
"On April 14, from 23:03 to 23:10, two Israeli F-16 tactical fighter jets from the Golan Heights airspace attacked targets in the Syrian province of Damascus. The Syrian air defense forces on duty from the Russian-made Buk-M2E complex, which is in service with the armed forces of Syria, destroyed one missile," Rear. Adm. Oleg Zhuravlev said.
The official added that the attack damaged a warehouse which stored material property but did not lead to casualties among the Syrian military.
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