He added that the center comprises six staff members from each country and that it has already been operational for about one week.
"We can get a lot of use from Russian intelligence, even if they don't do air strikes," Zamili said.
In late September, it was reported that Russia, Syria, Iran and Iraq had set up an information center in Baghdad to coordinate the fight against ISIL.
Sources said at the time that the center would focus on the collection, processing, summarizing and analysis of current data about the situation in the Middle East in the context of the fight against Islamic State militants.
The sources added that the center will be headed by Russian, Syrian, Iraqi and Iranian officers on a three-month rotational basis, according to the source.
For his part, the Russian President's press secretary Dmitry Peskov said back then that reports on the creation of an anti-ISIL coordination center in Baghdad were false.
Syrian Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad confirmed, for his part, that Syrian Army strikes, supported by the Russian Aerospace Forces, were carried out against armed terrorist organizations, not political opposition factions or civilians.