For example, it was reported that both opposition and government forces on Wednesday were holding up convoys driving to the city of Aleppo.
As part of the deal, Washington is pressuring Syrian rebels to separate themselves from terrorists before planned airstrikes. However, rebel forces are skeptical of the idea.
Since the beginning of the conflict, the "West has never shown a willingness to back up its support for the opposition with anything like the necessary force," the article read. "Jihadist elements among them have strengthened partly as a result."
Now, the moderate elements of the Syrian opposition are being asked to turn away from their allies to the West. However, Western partners have never been reliable for them.
"In driving the terms of the bargain, Moscow has reasserted its status as a power to be reckoned with in the Middle East," according to the article.
"Five days into the truce, we can say that only the Russian and Syrian sides have fulfilled their commitments. The United States and the so-called moderate groups under their control have not fulfilled a single obligation," said Lt. Gen. Viktor Poznikhir, the first deputy chief of the Main Operational Directorate of the Russian General Staff.
On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin commented on the reason why Washington is against making public the US-Russian agreement on Syria.
"The only reason why they apparently don’t want to make it public is because the international community, as well as American and Russian public, will immediately find out who is not abiding by the deal," Putin said in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
"We agreed that al-Nusra Front should be distanced from the opposition and that their location should be disclosed as well as that of the so-called healthy [moderate] forces. What do we see instead? We see no separation of terrorists and healthy forces, but rather attempts by terrorists to regroup," he added.