Israeli UAV crashes at Lebanese maritime border due to 'malfunction'
The spokesperson for the Israeli occupation Forces (IOF) announces the fall of one of its UAVs on the northern border with Lebanon due to a "technical malfunction".
Israeli occupation forces (IOF) announced that an Israeli unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) crashed, on Thursday, in the Mediterranean Sea due to “malfunction”, as per the Jerusalem Post.
The spokesperson for the Israeli occupation Forces (IOF), Avichay Adraee said in a tweet that “the crash occurred due to a malfunction”, adding that “the drone was retrieved and the crash is being investigated”.
He noted that “the entire fleet of the drone in question, which it did not identify, would be grounded until the investigation is completed”.
On 26 May, a hostile Israeli SkyLark crashed on the outskirts of the southern town of Rmaych, after it violated Lebanese airspace.
Earlier today, US State Department Adviser Amos Hochstein, who serves as a mediator in negotiations between Lebanon and the Israeli occupation, reportedly arrived in Lebanon and met with Lebanese President Michel Aoun.