Israeli aggression targets Tartus, Syria, injures two civilians
An Israeli airstrike conducted from the west of Lebanon's northern city of Tripoli injures two civilians, including a woman, in the Syrian coastal city of Tartus.
Two civilians were injured and some material losses were recorded as a result of the Israeli occupation aggression on the coastal city of Tartus, SANA reported.
"The Israeli enemy carried out an air strike" at about 6:30 am near the town of Al-Hamidiyah, a military source told SANA, identifying the locations hit as poultry farms.
The Israeli occupation strike was conducted from the Mediterranean Sea, west of Lebanon's northern city of Tripoli, and "led to the injury of two civilians, including a woman," the source indicated.
At approx. 6:30 am Israel carried out an attack with several missiles from the Mediterranean striking poultry farms in the vicinity of Hamidiya located south of #Tartus— Steele M (@SteeleSyAA) July 2, 2022
Which led to the injury of two civilians, including a woman, and civilian casualties#Syria #Syrianarmy🇸🇾 pic.twitter.com/pKwj8Hkzp5
"Israel" has carried out hundreds of airstrikes against Syria in the last few years, completely violating the integrity and sovereignty of Syria and neighboring countries, such as Lebanon.
It is noteworthy that on June 10, Israeli air attacks destroyed the runways, control tower, reception rooms, and hangars of Damascus International Airport, forcing Syrian officials to cease flights and conduct extensive repairs.
Russian Deputy Representative to the United Nations, Dmitry Polyanskiy, revealed that the Israeli airstrikes that hit Damascus International Airport received tacit US approval.
"It may seem that Israel received a carte blanche to engage in illegitimate unilateral action upon silent approval of Washington that basically blocked all opportunities to have the peace process recovered," Polyanskiy said.