Meanwhile, Iran and Israel are preparing for the next phase.
The concept behind temporary division is that these forces would cease fire and later negotiate a final solution.
It was not immediately clear if the drone had reached the Israeli-controlled side of the Golan when it was shot down.
According to reports, the deal includes Iranian proxies fighting on behalf of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime, which would be required to leave the border area and eventually Syria.
Israel, like other countries in the region, underestimated the Iranian infiltration into Syria.
However, even if the agreement between the major parties succeeds in suspending the fighting, we must be anxious of the indicators of a new phase of regional confrontations inside and outside Syria.
Israel has warned that it will not accept a permanent presence of Iran or its allied militias near its border in postwar Syria.
The prime minister said that while the plan aimed to keep Iran 20 kilometers (12 miles) away from the Israeli border, it did not address Iran's plans to cement its presence in Syria, which, he said, included the establishment of a naval and air force bases. Pictures show how the IRGC built a series of military bases to become support and funding centers and to represent an Iranian highway between Iraq and Lebanon. That is why the new Israeli threats are against Hezbollah in both Lebanon and Syria. Moreover, previous Israeli wars against Hezbollah used to be based on the accumulation of weapons at Hezbollah's disposal as well as its deployment, and they used to happen once every 10 years. The UAV was hit and exploded over Syrian territory, and fell in several pieces inside Syria.
Jordan would have also been threatened by the Iranian marching towards its borders from Daraa, if it hadn't been for the U.S. warnings.
Following the announcement of the previous ceasefire agreement in southern Syria brokered by the United States and Russia, Netanyahu came out against the deal, saying it did not sufficiently address Iran's military ambitions in the area. Had it not been for the Russian air cover, the Iranian militias would not have been able to advance; rather, they would have faced nearly certain defeat.
This is the reality, which I don't know how the agreement to end war in Syria will handle.
The Hezbollah fighters have been helping the Syrian military in its battle against Fateh al-Sham and ISIS, two prominent Takfiri terrorist groups operating in the Middle Eastern country.
Abdulrahman al-Rashed is the former General Manager of Al Arabiya News Channel.