Wagner PMC instructors go to Syria to train Hezbollah militants
Instructors of the Russian Wagner PMC were sent from Belarus to Syria to train militants of the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah
This is reported by the National Resistance Centre (NRC).
It is noted that Hezbollah's training will take place at Syrian legendary military bases.
As explained by the NRC, the main task of the Wagner soldiers is to transfer the experience of fighting in Ukraine, in particular, to teach how to conduct assault operations in small groups, fighting in urban areas, the use of 'kamikaze' drones and strike UAVs.
Currently, Hezbollah militants are fighting against Israel together with Hamas terrorists. The latter carried out an attack on Israel earlier this month, and Wagner's instructors were involved in the preparation for the attack.
"Therefore, we can talk about the systematic support of the Russian Federation through its proxy groups for terrorist attacks against Israel," the National Resistance Centre said.
On October 8, militants of the Lebanese military-political organisation Hezbollah fired on Israeli positions on the border with the disputed Golan Heights and supported Hamas in its operation against Israel.
Also the day before, Deputy Director of the Centre for Middle East Studies Serhiy Danilov noted that Iran needs to fight with someone else's hands, so it is involving Shiite groups from Afghanistan and Pakistan in active hostilities, while continuing to drag Hezbollah into the war.