A drone attack targeted a military site linked to Iran’s Defense Ministry in the central city of Isfahan late on Saturday, the ministry said in a statement, APA reports citing Al Arabiya.
The statement referred to the incident as an “unsuccessful attack.” It did not attribute responsibility to any specific country or group.
“On the evening of January 28, around 23:30, an unsuccessful attack was carried out using (drones) on one of the workshop complexes of the Defense Ministry, and fortunately … one of (the drones) was hit by the … air defence and the other two were caught in defense traps and blew up,” the statement read.
“Fortunately, this unsuccessful attack did not cause any loss of life and caused minor damage to the workshop’s roof,” it added.
Earlier, the deputy governor of Isfahan confirmed that an explosion had occurred at a facility affiliated with the Defense Ministry following reports of a loud blast heard in the city.
In addition, videos of air strikes in Tabriz, Rasht, Hamedan, and other cities were also shared on social media.