Syria’s anti-aircraft defense destroys 21 of the 24 missiles fired by Israel

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Russia stated that the Israeli Air Force fired 24 missiles at targets in Syria, which were countered by the Russian-made Buk and Pantsir anti-aircraft defense systems.

Israeli Air Force Attacking targets in SyriaThe country’s air defense Destroy 21 of 24 missiles The Russian-made Buk-M2E and Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft defense systems have been launched, Admiral and Deputy Director of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria Vadim Kolet said on Friday.

“About 1:30 a.m. [horário local; 19h30, no horário de Brasília] Colette explained in a press briefing that on September 3, four F-15 tactical fighter jets of the Israeli Air Force hit 24 guided missiles at targets in the Syrian Arab Republic.

He noted that the Syrian air defense had eliminated 21 Russian-made Buk-M2E and Pantsir-S1 missiles in service with the Syrian armed forces.

Syrian government forces have over the years repelled air strikes, including against Damascus, Mostly come from Israel.

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