A mortar shell hit Russian Embassy in syria. As per he reports two shells were fired at the diplomatic mission. One of the projectiles hit the embassy compound, while the other fell nearby.
Syrian rebels in the suburbs of the capital have previously struck the Russian embassy.
Moscow is a strong supporter of President Bashar Assad and has been involved in the six-year war since September 2015.
Earlier this year, the Russian embassy compound in the Syrian capital was the target of a pair of mortar shelling launched “precisely” from the terrorists-controlled Jobar area, which lies a few kilometers northeast of Damascus.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the shell from the February 2 attack landed somewhere between the main office and the residential buildings and the projectile used in February 3 assault exploded around 20 meters from the main entrance to the embassy.
Earlier this year, Damascus and Moscow signed a treaty to lease the base to Russian military forces for 49 years, extendable for an additional 25 years.
Russia also plans to upgrade its naval base in Tartus, the second largest port city in Syria, where Moscow has been keeping a support and maintenance facility for its naval forces since 1977.
The attack in Damascus came hours after a bomb exploded near a hospital in the rebel-held north-western city of Idlib wounding five people.
The Syrian Civil Defence group, more popularly known as the White Helmets, said the wounded included two children.
No injuries were reported in the attack as per the authorities