"If all parties agree, it will be a new regional safety net which will bring governments of neighboring countries of the region closer together in their fight against terrorism," Tarek Ahmad said.
The politician underscored that his party and also the Syrian government positively assessed Putin's proposal.
Syria has been engulfed in a civil war since 2011. The country's government forces are battling against Islamic State (IS) militants, as well as against the so-called moderate opposition and the Nusra Front, an al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria.
The United States leads an international coalition of over 60 countries that has been conducting airstrikes against IS since 2014.
Russia has repeatedly criticized the coalition's actions for not seeking approval from the UN Security Council. In June, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow would support the formation of an anti-terrorism coalition if Syria considered it appropriate and feasible.