The strikes hit an outpost controlled by Iran's Quds Force and associated militias, according to Reuters.
The alleged airstrike came a day before alleged Israeli missile strikes on a number of sites near Damascus.
The airstrikes also succeeded in halting Ukraine's own facilities' production and repairing of different weapons, ammunition and military equipment, Russia claims.
Reuters witnesses heard explosions in the capital Kyiv. It was not immediately clear if any were caused by missiles getting through air defenses.
The alleged Israeli airstrike on a radar site belonging to the Syrian military at Tal Qalib was not reported by official Syrian sources.
For years, Ankara has threatened to expand its invasion of eastern Syria and ethnically cleanse more areas along the border of Kurds and other minorities.
Residents should be prepared, but there was presently no need to evacuate as conditions remained stable.
Air defense supplied by and through Iran were reportedly brought to the area to deter Israel from conducting airstrikes in Damascus.
Russia's strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure have also caused blackouts across half of neighboring Moldova.