Israel accused Iran that were two bases used to conduct maritime attacks with remote-controlled UAV drones.
As Reuters reports, Gulf Arab countries share Israeli concerns about such drones, but Iran has often denied such allegations.
More specifically, Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz told a televised security conference, informed that there were two central bases in the area of Chabahar and Qeshm island in south Iran, from which operations in the maritime arena were launched.
What is more, the chief of Israel’s air force suggested working with Arab partners against the drone threat.
In the meantime, Major-General Amikam Norkin, noted that this is “a great opportunity to create contacts and to build a defense plan for all the countries that have a common interest in protecting themselves.”
He also added that with that way, the response against against drones will be improved, “whether in terms of intelligence, detection or interception.”
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