The Syrian Arab Republic’s air defense system destroyed two missiles fired by Israeli jets at targets in Damascus province, Rear Admiral Vadim Kulit, deputy head of the Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides and Control of the Movement of Refugees in the Syrian Arab Republic, said on July 25.
He said that on July 25, Israeli Air Force F-16 fighter jets fired two guided missiles from southwest of Syrian airspace toward Damascus province. The targets, according to the Rear Admiral, were located in Seydat Zeinab village.
Kulit reported that the Syrian military shot down the air missiles “using Buk-M2E air defense systems produced in Russia that are in service with the SAR Armed Forces.”
On the night of July 22, Buk-M2E air defense systems produced in Russia destroyed four missiles fired by two Israeli fighters at targets in Homs province. The F-16s, according to Kulit, were firing from Lebanese airspace.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency