At least eight battered rebel-held towns in southern Syria on Saturday returned to regime control under Russian-brokered deals after almost two weeks of bombardment, a Britain-based monitor said.
The Jordanian army has sent cross-border deliveries of aid to displaced people in Syria's southern province of Daraa, where Damascus is pressing an offensive to oust rebels, officials said.
ForeignMinistry spokesman Hami Aksoy condemned regime attacks on opposition-held towns in southern Syria and called on Damascus' allies to stop the offensive that has killed dozens of civilians.
The regime has chipped away at rebel-held territory in Daraa since the escalation began nearly two weeks ago.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al Hussein warned that many civilians risk being trapped between government forces, rebels, and ISIS, which has a small foothold there - an outcome he said would be a "catastrophe".
Russia is seeking the rebel handover of heavy and medium-sized weapons, and the deployment of Russian military police and Syrian police into towns retaken by government forces, Abdel Rahman said.
This ritual was repeated in the town of Dael, north of Daraa, which also joined the reconciliation, together with Tal Khleif and Tal al-Sheikh Hassan, where rebel gunmen started to give up their weapons to the Army.
The recent escalation comes despite Daraa and opposition-held parts of neighbouring Quneitra province being included in a so-called "de-escalation zone" agreed by Russian Federation, the United States and Jordan previous year.
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Syrian media reported that 10 villages and towns have so far surrendered to the regime since Saturday morning.
Daraa province, home to an estimated 750,000 civilians, comprises the largest section of Syria's rebel-held southwest, now one of the last two remaining opposition strongholds in the country.
Aa many as 20,000 refugees are close to areas near the Nasib border crossing with Jordan, a country that already hosts more than 650,000 registered Syrian refugees and says the actual figure is closer to 1.3 million.
The Kremlin said Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump will have a detailed discussion about Syria when they meet in July.
"We received so many refugees and helped them and we will continue helping them with everything we have", said resident Awad al-Sirhan.
The war has been going Mr Assad's way since Russian Federation intervened on his side in 2015, when he held just a fraction of the country.
Jabawi had said earlier Saturday that the Russian conditions "cannot be accepted" adding that to pressure the rebels, intense airstrikes have been targeting southern villages and towns that have until now largely evaded the violence of Syria's seven-year conflict.