This morning, the Israeli army carried out an air aggression with several missiles, targeting several poultry farms in the vicinity of the town of Al-Hamidiyah, south of the Syrian Tartus Governorate.
Early in the morning
A military source stated that, at approximately 6:30 am, the Israeli enemy targeted several poultry farms from over the Mediterranean, west of Tripoli, with several missiles in the vicinity of the town of Hamidiya, south of Tartus, according to SANA agency.
The source pointed out that the attack resulted in the injury of two civilians, including a woman, and some civilian casualties in the area.
Two aggressions in less than a month
On the tenth of last June, the Israeli army carried out an air aggression with rockets from the direction of the occupied Syrian Golan, targeting some points south of the city of Damascus.
The air defense of the Syrian army confronted the aggression’s missiles and shot down most of them, while the aggression resulted in the injury of a civilian and some material losses.
Damascus airport damaged
The Syrian Ministry of Transport revealed that the aggression caused the targeting of the infrastructure of Damascus International Airport, and the airfields were closed, as they were damaged in more than one location and significantly, along with the navigational lighting.
The ministry pointed out that the aggression also targeted the second terminal building of the airport and subjected it to material damage, noting that incoming and outgoing flights through the airport were suspended until further notice.
The ministry later announced the return of the airport to service, as of Thursday, June 23, after 12 days of repair operations.
In a statement, the ministry stated that all air carriers can program their incoming and outgoing flights through the airport as of the mentioned date.
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