IRGC confirms Iran's possession of Israeli bases photos
Azerbaijan , Baku , Oct. 31/ Trend T. Jafarov, S. Isayev/
The IRGC has confirmed that Iran is in possession of Israeli bases photos, shot by Hesbollah UAV, which was shot down by Israeli destroyers earlier this month, ISNA reported.
"Iran has received important information about the Israeli bases that were shot by the drone," IRGC's Head of Public Relations department, General Ramazan Sharif said.
Sharif also said that Iran's army and defense capabilities in particular are much more advanced than the enemies believe them to be.
On Oct. 29, Vice-Chairman of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Esmail Kowsari also said that Iran has these photos in possession.
Earlier this month Hezbollah launched an unmanned spy drone named "Eyyub" into Israeli territory.
The drone entered the Israeli airspace on Oct. 6. The Israeli destroyers were sent for the drone, after it crossed the border.
Later, Secretary-General of Hezbollah Seyed Hassan Nasrallah confirmed that the movement has sent a drone deep into the Israeli airspace, and stressed that the move demonstrated part of Hezbollah's capability.
Fars agency reported on Oct. 28 quoting Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi, that Iran's drone technology is much more advanced than the one Hezbollah recently used for penetrating the Israeli airspace.