Iran says drones downed over Isfahan launched from country's territory


The drones shot down by Iran's air defense systems over the city of Isfahan were launched from the country’s territory, a spokesman for Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace said on his X page, Paralel.Az reports citing TASS.

When asked whether "these drones were launched from abroad or inside the country," Hossein Dalirian said: "The range is very short, undoubtedly from inside the country."

Iranian media, for their part, reported that drones were spotted in the skies over Isfahan Province on Friday at around 3:00 a.m. local time. According to Iranian media reports, three drones were downed by air defenses in the skies over the city of Isfahan. The Tasnim news agency, in turn, said that there were no missile attacks on Iranian territory. Iranian Army General Siyavush Mihandoust said that the loud sounds recorded in the Iranian city of Isfahan were "due to the work of Isfahan's air defenses on suspicious objects" and that no destruction or "accidents" were recorded in the city. For their part, the informed sources of Press TV said that Iran's cities, including Isfahan, had not been attacked by any foreign state.