AMMAN (Reuters) – Talks have resumed between the Syrian opposition and Russian negotiators over a peace deal in a rebel held town in southwestern Syria after Jordanian mediation, an opposition spokesman said.
A team representing the Free Syrian Army’s (FSA) rebels was now holding talks with Russian officers in the town of Busra al Sham, Ibrahim al Jabawi, the spokesman for the central operations room representing FSA negotiators told Reuters.
Talks failed on Saturday after a meeting in which Russian officers met the rebel team and demanded a complete surrender, rebels said.
Reporting by Suleiman Al-Khalidi. Editing by Jane Merriman
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