Ten Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles and two warplanes violated Lebanon’s airspace in six days conducting aerial maneuvers and reconnaissance over different parts of the country.
In several communiqués, the Lebanese Army said that the violations of Lebanese airspace took place from Oct. 23 to Oct. 29.
On Oct. 24 three drones flew over Baalbek, Shekka and south Lebanon.
The following day, Tuesday, the army said one drone conducted aerial maneuvers over the capital, its suburbs and south Lebanon.
On Oct. 27 two UAVs flew over Baalbek, West Bekaa and south Lebanon.
The two Israeli warplanes conducted their maneuvers over various areas of the country on Oct. 26.