Iranian Regime: We’ve Shot Down Several Foreign Spy Planes

The Iranian regime announced today that military forces have shot down several foreign spy planes.
Fars News reported:

Iranian military forces have shot down several spy planes of foreign forces, a senior commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) announced on Sunday, adding that two of these planes have been shot down over the Persian Gulf.

Commander of the IRGC Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh told “Payam Engelab” (Message of the Revolution), an internal publication of the IRGC, that western forces in the region have made limited aggressions against Iran, and “we have, thus far, shot down a large number of their highly advanced spy planes”.

“Two of these planes have been shot down in the Persian Gulf,” Gen. Hajizadeh continued.

The commander said that Iran has shot down many foreign planes, but did not reveal it to the media, “and this is the first time that we reveal this news”.

He declined to mention the exact date and location of the development.

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