American air defense systems intercepted Baghdad’s attacking missiles

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The green zone of Baghdad came under missile fire on the night of September 15, Iraqi television channel Al Sumaria reported.

It struck an area where diplomatic agencies, including the U.S. embassy, are located and is regularly targeted by insurgents.

C-RAM air defense systems were used to repel the attack, which were installed specifically to protect the U.S. diplomatic corps.

According to the Al-Hadath agency, at least three rockets were shot down.

No information has yet been received about the dead, injured or destroyed.

A video with the work of the air defense missile complex was published by the Aurora Intel resource.