Hundreds of Russian forces have deployed to the provinces of Dara’a and Quneitra to monitor ceasefire in Sothern Syria, Al Masdar News reported.
Local sources said in late July that 400 Russian military police forces reached the driving training center near the village of al-Mothabin and the town of al-Sanamin in Northern Dara’a which were controlled by the Syrian army.
The sources also said that the Syrian soldiers set up a temporary military base for the Russian military police forces in the Northern parts of al-Isharah Battalion 110 region and near the town of al-Sanamin.
Reports said that the Russian forces visited several army-controlled areas, including the military ones, as well as the regions near the terrorist-held regions in the towns of Izra’a, Kharbat Qazaleh and Sheikh Meskin.
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