BEIRUT: Eight Israeli warplanes violated Lebanon's airspace Sunday, the Lebanese Army said Monday.
The warplanes flew over various Lebanese areas between 12:20 p.m. and 11:10 p.m.
The military added that a reconnaissance plane also violated Lebanese airspace Sunday, entering from Naqoura village and conducting aerial maneuvers over Riyaq and Baalbek.
The plan entered at 12:10 and left Lebanon at 5 p.m.
On Friday, two warplanes and another two reconnaissance planes flew over Lebanon, according to the Army.
Lebanon has repeatedly lodged complaints at the U.N. against the Jewish state for its continuous violations of the country’s air and land borders in contravention of 1701.