The Israeli army has launched several missiles early Monday morning that have hit the international airport of Damascus, the capital of Syria, leaving it out of service and killing two soldiers and injuring two others, according to the Syrian army. a statement collected by the Reuters agency.
The attack has also caused material damage in the vicinity of the facility, according to the Syrian Army without providing further details. It is the second time that the Damascus International Airport has been put out of service in less than a year due to armed actions.
On June 10, specifically, Israeli airstrikes already hit the infrastructure and caused significant damage to the runways. Then it resumed its commercial activity two weeks later.
Israel has carried out numerous strikes against targets inside controlled Syria in recent years, but rarely acknowledges such operations. However, he has acknowledged that he is attacking the bases of militant groups allied to Iran, such as Hezbollah in Lebanon, a group that supports the forces of Syrian President Bashar El Assad with troops.