The rebels promised to lay down their arms.
Russian-backed Syrian troops took control of the border crossing point of Nasib between Jordan and Syria.
The troops of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies captured the vital trade route that the rebels had held for three years, and in full control of the main highway running from Damascus to the Jordanian Amman.
The UN confirmed that the Syrian refugees were forced to the border, were able to leave the area and move to other Syrian territory.
Syrian rebels announced the return to negotiations with Russia after heavy bombing in the southwestern province of Deraa, which the Russian and Syrian air force has resumed on the night of July 5, having made more than 600 air strikes for 15 hours.
The rebels promised to lay down their arms in exchange for settlement of their status in the peace agreement, and Russia requires in fact a humiliating surrender.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his allies are fighting for the return of the South-West, one of the last strongholds of the rebels in Syria along with the region in the Northwest bordering on Turkey.
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