Russia does not rule out sending military police to Southern Syria if necessary

تحرير رائد برهان | ترجمة محمد غيث | تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 19 يونيو، 2018 8:10:37 م خبر دوليعسكري روسيا

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On Tuesday, Alexander Lavrentiev, the Russian special envoy to Syria stated that Moscow does not rule out sending Russian military police to Southern Syria, which is included in the de-escalation agreement, if necessary.

The Russian statements follow a meeting between the United Nations special envoy to Syria, Staffan De Mistura and representatives of Russia, Iran, and Turkey; the guarantors of the agreement in the Swiss capital of Geneva, according to Russian news agency of Sputnik.

In summer 2017, Russia, Jordan, and the United States reached a de escalation agreement in the Daraa and Quneitra governorates, Southern Syria. The Syrian government forces mobilized troops to regain control over the opposition factions’ outposts in the Syrian governorates.

Washington bore Moscow responsible for stopping the potential Syrian government forces attack on the area, because Russia is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.

On Tuesday, Mir Bin Shabbat, Israeli National Security consultant discussed with Nikolai Patrushev, his counterpart  Russia, Jordan, and the United States' attempts to reach an agreement about the Syrian government forces’ deployment to Southern Syria.

Israel did not object to the Syrian government forces’ deployment to areas adjacent to the Israeli border in Southern Syria; however, Israel demands Iranian troops and militias be expelled, and it seeks to eliminate Iran’s presence in Syria.

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تحرير رائد برهان | ترجمة محمد غيث | تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 19 يونيو، 2018 8:10:37 م خبر دوليعسكري روسيا
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