Syrian state news agency SANA and the Israeli website Times of Israel say Israel has launched new missile strikes on several parts of Syria, including west of the capital Damascus.
Russia's Aviapro news agency, citing field sources, claims that Iran is transporting missile weapons and systems to Syria using Russia's Khmeimim airbase's services.
The Israel Defense Forces deployed additional forces to Lebanon and Syria's borders immediately after massive airstrikes on the southern provinces of the Syrian Arab Republic.
According to the agency, the Israeli air force carried out the attacks. The Israeli forces attacked Syrian positions in the Golan Heights, Damascus International Airport, and the 165th Battalion of the Syrian Army.
Airstrikes took place in the Syrian city of Hama on Friday, January 22. The strikes were carried out by the Israeli air force using Lebanese airspace. Syria's state news agency SANA wrote about the attacks in a short statement.
In the last hours of US President Donald Trump, a new tension arose in the Red Sea region between Iran and Israel, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned, quoting Lebanese, Israeli and Iranian media.
In recent months, it has been alleged that the Iranian military is taking an active part in hostilities in Syria. This information came mostly from foreign intelligence.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) launched airstrikes against Hezbollah observation posts near the Lebanese border in response to the shooting, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing the Israeli Defense Ministry's press service statement on Twitter.