Russian military has fired at an Israeli UAV near Golan Heights, Israel said

TEL AVIV, (BM) – The Israeli information portal, citing the 12th channel of Israeli TV, publishes material on the shelling of an IDF drone, which was in Syrian airspace, learned, quoting Topwar. In turn, the 12th channel refers to some Syrian sources in Telegram.

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The plot of the Israeli television station claims that the fire was opened allegedly by the Russian military, located in the Golan Heights.

From the plot: “An unmanned aerial vehicle belonging to Israel was in Syrian airspace for no more than one and a half minutes. At this time, he was fired from the ground using automatic weapons. Syrian air defense calculations in the shelling of the drone did not participate.”

The fact that SAR air defense systems were not used against an Israeli drone, for some reason, became an occasion for Israeli media to accuse Russian troops of shelling the UAV.

At the same time, Israeli media do not write about why the UAV of this country entered the Syrian airspace, violating the borders of a sovereign state.

The drone type is not reported. According to unconfirmed reports, we are talking about a reconnaissance drone.

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The shelling incident, according to Israeli media, occurred the night before over the northern Golan.

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