Idleb, SANA – Syrian Arab Army units shot down 3 drones for the Turkish regime on Sunday as part of their operations against terrorists in Idleb countryside and targeted with conentrated strikes the movements of terrorists in the province.
SANA’s reporter said that an army unit has managed to shoot down 3 Turkish drones over Idleb, and that anti-air defenses opened fire on several hostile drones above Hama city.
Earlier in the day, the reporter said that army units downed a drone for the Turkish regime over Saraqeb in Idleb southeastern countryside.
The reporter said the Turkish regime is relying mainly on advanced drones to support terrorists with cover fire and recon.
Army units targeted terrorists with concentrated rocket strikes in the directions of Saraqeb in Idleb’s southeastern countryside and Dadikh, while other units targeted terrorists’ movements and supply lines with artillery and rockets in the direction of Kansafra in the southern countryside of the province.
The General Command of the Army and Armed Forces announced on Sunday the the closing of the airspace above the northwestern part of Syria, particularly over Idleb province, affirming that any aircrafts that violates the airspace will be considered a hostile target and will be shot down.
Ruaa al-Jazaeri / Hazem Sabbagh