Unidentified Plane Causes Evacuation of Iranian Command Center in Deir ez-Zor
The Iranian forces started the evacuation of their command center in Deir Ez-Zor city in the east of Syria. According to the Jerusalem Post, the reason for the evacuation was an unidentified plane flying over the region.
According to the local sources of the Jerusalem Post, an unidentified plane flew for 30 minutes over Deir Ez-Zor, which led to Iranian forces evacuating their command center in this city.
The reports state that “the plane did not attack” and “Iranian forces did not open fire at the plane either”. According to the report, the plane did not belong to Syria, Russia, or Iran.
After the event, there were reports of heavy military machinery being sighted in the region.
Jerusalem Post also mentions the construction of a road between Iran and Lebanon to “transfer military equipment” and spreading Shia Islam”.
Previously, Russia’s Sputnik News Agency had reported of increased tension between Iranian and Israeli military forces, while mentioning that Iranian forces have kept their distance from the Golan Heights.
In another report, Bloomberg had revealed that there have been several military skirmishes between Iran’s proxy forces, including Hezbollah, with Russian military forces.
Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly emphasized that his country will not accept the presence of Iranian military forces in Syria.