A Russian delegation arrived in the Lebanese capital of Beirut this week to discuss the prospects of a Russo-Lebanese agreement (with the Central Command of the Lebanese Army) in order to coordinate military operations against the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) that is currently operating inside the Tripoli and Beqa'a Governorates.
According to a private government source, the Russo-Lebanese military agreement would include coordination with both the Syrian Armed Forces and the Lebanese Resistance group "Hezbollah".
Hezbollah is currently combatting both ISIS and the Syrian Al-Qaeda group "Jabhat Al-Nusra" inside 'Arsal District of the Beqa'a Governorate; this battle between the Lebanese Resistance and the aforementioned terrorist groups have been taking place for over six months in Lebanon's eastern countryside.
Recently, a Russian delegation arrived in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad to discuss a similar agreement with the Iraqi Armed Forces; if both of these military initiatives are accepted, the Russians will have effectively coordinated with the three primary countries that have been greatly effected by this terrorist group in the Arab world.
The increased military participation in Syria has infuriated the Obama Regime and their allies, as the Russian Government did not seek out the U.S. approval to conduct their own military operations inside the country.