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MOSCOW, March 4. /TASS/. The Russian center for reconciliation between warring factions in Syria is getting evidence mercenaries for further hostilities in that country are trained in the territory of a number of Middle East states, the center said in a news release published on the Defense Ministry’s website.
"The center for the reconciliation of warring factions in Syria is receiving information that mercenaries are being trained in the territory of a number of states in the Middle East for war in Syria and that weapons for militants are delivered," the news release says.
The report points to an upsurge in calls in the social networks for continuing combat operations against government troops.
Nevertheless, Syrians continue to brief the Russian center on terrorists’ operations. Over the past day the residents of Fuaa, Idlib province, used the "hot line" resources seven times to notify the reconciliation center of heavy artillery bombardments against the town of Binnish, still being held by Jabhat al-Nusra (outlawed in Russia). The attacks caused civilian casualties.