"The talks between the Free Syrian Army and Russian troops have been resumed in the south of Syria under Jordan’s mediation," the spokesman was quoted as saying by the Al Mayadeen broadcaster.
On Friday, the militants derailed the negotiations by refusing to hand in the heavy arms.
Some militant groups in the region have already started siding with Damascus. Last week, the first major group of militants from the Free Syrian Army — the Omari Brigades — sided with the government forces following talks with the representatives of the Russian reconciliation center. The group said it would fight against the militants from the Nusra Front and Daesh* together with the Syrian army in the south of the country.
*Nusra Front, Daesh — terrorist organizations (both banned in Russia)