The targets were intercepted in the far western countryside of Damascus over the town of Deir al-Asha'er near the Lebanese border, said SANA, without revealing further details.
Meanwhile, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday that explosions were heard as the Syrian air defenses were intercepting the attack that was targeting military positions in Deir al-Asha'er.
The Britain-based watchdog group said it's not clear yet whether the attack hit the military targets or was completely intercepted by the Syrian air defenses.
SANA and the war monitor didn't say who was behind the attack.
On Aug. 2, the Syrian air defenses responded to a similar attack, which was later said to have been an Israeli drone.