The Israeli army said on Saturday that warplanes and a missile ship shot down 3 drones that came from the airspace of Lebanon and approached the airspace over the economic waters of Israel.
The Israeli army spokesman Avichai Adraee said that the marches were monitored by the monitoring systems, as they were monitored by the air traffic control unit, so that the interception process would take place at the appropriate field point.
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The Israeli army published a video that it said had documented the interception of one of the marches.
This, and the Hebrew media reported that the talk is about marches belonging to the Lebanese Hezbollah, which were conducted from Lebanese territory towards offshore gas rig Karish and were intercepted at a safe distance from it.
It indicated that one march was intercepted by a warplane, while the last two drones were intercepted by a Barak missile from a missile ship.