BEIRUT – Negotiations between the Russians and the Syrian rebels at the end of the violent days in the south of the country collapsed on Saturday after the opposition forces rejected Moscow's capitulation conditions, the rebel spokesman and the war (19659006 Shortly after the collapse of the negotiations on southern Syria, the airstrikes on rebels in the province of Daraa, which borders on Jordan, intensified. Saturday's talks followed similar negotiations that took place on Friday, during which the Russians presented their terms to halt a government-sponsored government offensive to invade rebel-held areas along the border with Jordan and the Golan Heights occupied by Israel] "The talks collapsed because the Russians insisted on their terms and conditions, which want to give us up," said rebel spokesman Ibrahim Jabawi. "The (rebel) negotiating team refused to surrender and refused to accept Russian conditions."
Rami Abdurrahman, head of the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a war observer, also confirmed that the talks collapsed shortly thereafter, Syrian and Russian fighter planes intensified their air strikes.  The Syrian state media said on Saturday that more areas had been captured in Dara'a province, and other rebels had agreed to give up their weapons and reconcile with the government.
The offensive, which began on June 19, has killed dozens of people, injured hundreds of others, and forced more than 50,000 people into areas near the border with Jordan and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Jabawi, spokesman for the Joint Operations of the Rebel Space, told the insurgents a delegation that met with Russian officials Friday and Saturday again. He added that there are currently more efforts to hold a new round of negotiations to avoid further violence.
Jabawi told the Associated Press that Russia, a strong ally of the government of President Bashar Assad, wants the rebels to surrender their weapons to return the government forces to rebel-held areas.
Jordan Jabawi reported by telephone that the meetings with the Russians took place in an area near the provinces of Daraa and Sweida.
"Russian conditions are The rebels give everything, and in return, all areas come under the control of Bashar Assad," said Jabawi. "All the people who carried weapons will be brought to justice."
Jabawi had said on Saturday that the Russian conditions "can not be accepted" and added that intensive air strikes are aimed at the southern villages and towns (19659016) The observatory said that negotiations between rebels and Russians were geared to this to find "a complete solution" for the future of Daraa.
It said that the negotiations were aimed at bringing an end to fire as well as rebels giving up their heavy weapons then later their light weapons. She added that in return for Russian guarantees, the rebels would hand over the Naseeb border crossing with Jordan and return state institutions to rebel areas in the south.
The Russians would also create lists of rebel names working on the security Amnesty with the Syrian government
The observatory said that since the offensive 11 days ago 116 civilians have been killed, including five on Saturday.
Jordanian government spokeswoman Jumana Ghunaimat said that Amman communicates with most of the parties to the Syrian crisis, notably Russia and the US, for a ceasefire.
"Jordan insists on its position that a political solution must end the Syrian crisis and aid agencies are responsible for displaced persons in Syria," she later said Friday.
Associated Press writer Akram Fares of Amman, Jordan contributed to this report.
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