Mass media: the drone shot down by Israel over the SAR belonged to the Russian Defense Ministry
Details of Israeli air defense strikes on drone in Syrian airspace. Recall that the IDF previously confirmed the data that the drone was shot down over the Syrian province of Quneitra (southern part of the SAR). Then information appeared in the command of the Israeli Armed Forces that refutes the initial statements. In addition, the Israeli press stated that the UAV "could have belonged to Iran."
Now it becomes known that Israeli air defense calculations have shot down a drone, which belongs to the Russian Ministry of Defense and monitored the location of the positions of terrorists on the southern Syrian borders. It is noted that we are talking about the UAV "Outpost", which was shot down by the Israeli 11 air defense system in July.
It is noteworthy that the UAV shot down by Israel is the brainchild of the Russian aircraft industry, but made on the basis of Israeli components. "Outpost" is assembled from virtually the same set of parts that corresponds to the Israeli Searcher Mk II. This UAV from IAI Israel put into service in 1998. Often in production circles, this UAV ("Outpost") is called "Russian-Israeli." Now Israel, having decided that the drone somehow threatens the security of its borders, decided to destroy this unmanned vehicle aviation The Ministry of Defense of Russia.
Pictures of the wreckage of a drone shot down by Israeli air defense - here to register:.
According to the Israeli side, the "unknown UAV" crossed the Israeli border in the Golan Heights area. The whole question is what exactly Israel considers its border in this region and what is the Israeli border recognized under international law. And if the UAV "entered Israeli airspace", why then are the wrecks of the "Outpost" located on Syrian territory?
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