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    Series of Israeli violations of the national airspace on Monday and Tuesday

    “An Israeli reconnaissance plane violated the Lebanese airspace at 9:15 a.m. today over the southern town of Kfarshuba, conducted circular flights over the western Bekaa and South regions, and then left at 11:30 a.m., flying over the southern town of al-Naqoura,” a Lebanese Amy Command Orientation Directorate announced in an issued statement on Tuesday.

    “At 10:30 a.m., two Israeli enemy warplanes also breached the Lebanese airspace over the town of Alma al-Shaeb in the South, circled over various Lebanese regions, and then left at 11:25 a.m. from above the aforementioned town,” the statement added.

    “At 10:35 a.m., two similar warplanes again breached the Lebanese airspace over the town of Kfarshuba, circled over various Lebanese regions, and then left at 11:40 a.m. flying above the town of Kfarkila,” the statement indicated.

    In a second issued statement by the Army Command, it announced that “an Israeli enemy reconnaissance drone violated the Lebanese airspace over the town of Kfarkila on Monday at 16:35 hours, circled over various areas in the South, and then left the airspace at 22:50 hours, flying over the town of al-Naqoura.”

    “A similar enemy aircraft breached the national airspace over the town of Rmeish at 17:15 hours on Monday, roamed over various areas of the South, and then left the airspace at 1:00 a.m. today, flying over the aforementioned town,” the second statement went on.

    “At 19:50 hours on Monday, an Israeli enemy reconnaissance aircraft violated Lebanon’s airspace above sea, west of the town of al-Naqoura in the South, circled over the Chouf areas, then over Mount Lebanon, Beirut and its suburbs, Baabda and Aley, and then left the airspace at 00:45 a.m. today, flying over the sea, west of the aforementioned town,” the army statement indicated.

    “At 00:50 hours, a similar enemy aircraft violated the national airspace over the town of Yaroun, carried out circular flights over various southern areas, and then left the airspace at 4.10 p.m., flying above the town of Rmeish in the South,” the army statement concluded.

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