Russian troops have been deployed in Sweida countryside in a step of what was reported to be the implementation of ceasefire in the south of Syria, recently reached by Moscow, Washington and Amman.
Sources in Sweida 24 news network disclosed that a Russian military police checkpoint was set up in Bared village in Sweida southwestern countryside near the city of Bosra al-Sham, in Daraa.
More Russian troops were deployed on the western side of Assad Khalkla Military Airport in the north of Sweida near Lajat area.
Russian troops also arrived during the last days to Assad regiment 404, located near the town of Najran in the countryside of Sweida near Daraa.
Sources in Orient Net reported that about 400 Russian military police "officers" arrived in Assad Driving School near the city of Sanamin in Daraa northern countryside.
The tripartite ceasefire deal in southern Syria provided for the deployment of Russian military police in the areas covered by the deal in coordination with Jordan and the United States.
It is worthy to remind that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said earlier this month that Russia and the United States would do everything in their power to ensure that Israel’s interests are reflected when the Moscow-Washington de-escalation zone in southwestern Syria would be established.