The Russian military launched a stream from surveillance cameras in Aleppo

The official statement of the Russian defense Ministry stated that the online stream to Aleppo organized on 15 September in order to ensure transparency of the implementation by the parties of the cessation of hostilities. Two cameras mounted on the ground in the districts of al-Khalidiya and tel-Dabeka.

The defense Ministry also for the first time broadcast in real time situation in the Eastern districts of Aleppo from a UAV.

The military has promised that in the future the number of items in the online monitoring of the situation in Syria will be increased.

The cease-fire acts in Syria since September 12. Agreement on the Syrian issue was reached in the negotiations in Geneva between Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry. According to the agreement, the parties commit themselves to cessation of hostilities, and agreed to prohibit military aircraft of the government troops to fly and to strike at the opposition.

According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for human rights, for the first 48 hours there was not one person who would have died in the fighting.

Fighting with terrorist groups it does not stop. According to Iranian news Agency Farsnews, in the last hours of heavy fighting with the militants of the “Islamic state” (banned in Russia as a terrorist organization) was conducted near the city of Deir ez-Zor, and Quneitra province in the South of the country.

On the eve of Lavrov and Kerry discussed by telephone the need to extend the ceasefire for 48 hours, and the head of the Russian center for reconciliation in Syria, Vladimir Savchenko held talks with the head of the US group in the Jordanian capital. As the U.S. state Department spokesman mark Toner, Lavrov and Kerry agreed that in General the agreement on ceasefire is respected and the level of violence is much lower compared to the previous days and weeks”.