One of the arrested militant groups "Mahavir al-Saura," Abdullah al-Misat admitted that American instructors participated in the training of extremists, RIA "news".

He claims to have personally seen instructors from the United States who watched their training and evaluated. The training itself was difficult, but the day classes were given on average two to three hours. In addition, all of the supplied weapons were also American-made.

"I saw American instructors, they come to training, but the classes are Syrians," he said.

Earlier it was reported that Syrian troops arrested three militants of the extremist organization "Mahavir al-Saura," who were going to spy and get Intel on the Russian, Iranian and Syrian military facilities. For espionage they were promised thousands of dollars. It is known that the detained extremists seized several Kalashnikov rifles and grenades, ammunition, money and drugs.