Local sources in the city of Suida, south of Syria, on Thursday (today), informed the country’s decision to deploy its troops on the Jordanian border, according to a Ghaedriyan news agency.
The source said that the Syrian government is looking for moves on its southern borders with Jordan and fearing that the Syrian government would intervene in Syria.
According to the ANB news site, the source cited the concerns of Syrian citizens and announced that there were concerns among Syrian citizens in the city following recent moves.
According to this source, the Syrian government is likely to recruit young people who have been serving the military. The number of these young people reaches 30,000, and most of the inhabitants of Al-Suwada are in Syria.
The source added that recent developments in the neighboring Syria’s southern neighborhood have worried Damascus.
Currently, American and Jordanian forces are conducting an annual “Al-Assad Al-Ma’tabeh” (ready milk) maneuver near the borders of Syria.
Some sources in Syria also reported the gathering of US, British and Jordanian troops on the southern border of the province of Suida and Deraa from the Shihab hill to the Nizib Passage, the Al-Ramtha area and the end of the village of Awad.
It is said that the English tanks of the Challenger type, along with 2,300 gunmen and some Cobra and Black Hawk helicopters, and about 4,000 gunmen trained in Jordan, are present around the Syrian border.
In recent days, Jordanian officials have repeatedly stated in their remarks that “Aman’s position to defend its borders in the depths of Syria without the need for military intervention is steady, and the security and stability of the Jordanian border is our priority.”
In response to a statement by Jordanian officials and its simultaneous engagement with the United States and Britain on the southern borders of Syria, Lebanon’s Hezbollah has warned against any undeclared action on the Syrian border.
Earlier, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had warned Jordan to send troops to Syria.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem also denied Jordan’s role in Syria this week in response to moves in the southern neighborhood, saying that Syria will act as aggressor with forces that enter Damascus without coordinating it.