On July 1, a second round of negotiation between Russian official and commanders of the US-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) failed, according to the al-Mayadeen TV. While the previous round of talks was held in the town of Bosra al-Sham, the new round was reportedly held in Jordan.
The Lebanese news TV channel said that the SAA and its allies will now resume their large scale military operation against the FSA in the southern governorates of Daraa and al-Quneitra. The next target of the SAA will likely be Bosra al-Sham.
A source in the Khalkhalah airbase confirmed to SouthFront that the Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) and the Russian Aerospace Forces have resumed their aerial operations in southern Syria. Syrian and Russian warplanes carried out several airstrikes on positions of the FSA in Daraa, according to the source.
The FSA appears to be unwilling to accept any peaceful agreement as for now. However, this situation may change if the SAA manges to secure the entire eastern Daraa countryside.