Securing it will be a big victory for the Syrian army both symbolically and militarily as the rebels have used the Jordanian border to bring in arms and fighters throughout the war.
But, in general, the situation in Daraa and in other areas in southern Syria is seemingly leaning toward negotiations and deals, as Russian Federation has successfully mediated an agreement to settle the situation in Daraa after two weeks of battles that enabled the army to capture Nasib.
The deputy ambassador to the UN, Jonathan Cohen, said last week that Washington was "deeply concerned" by the Syrian regime's new offensive.
Rebels who did not wish to come back under Assad's rule would leave for the insurgent stronghold in northwest Syria, they said.
Many are now returning after a recent deal between the army and rebels.
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The capture of the Naseeb border crossing is another victory for President Bashar Assad's forces, who have regained control of most of the area's key cities from insurgents.
At a meeting between rebel and Russian negotiators on Wednesday, Moscow insisted opposition factions hand over their heavy weapons in one go, while rebels wanted to do so in several phases.
Hussein Abazeed said a ceasefire would take hold in the southern province of Daraa, known as the "cradle" of Syria's uprising.
"They (rebels) destroyed the town, God will punish them", said a 50-year-old villager who returned to check on her home.
There was no immediate comment from Jordan on the Syrian forces' recapture of the Naseeb crossing.
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Southwest Syria is a "de-escalation zone" agreed a year ago by Russia, Jordan and the United States to reduce violence.
More than 330,000 have been displaced by the Syrian government offensive in the south, according to recent United Nations figures.
On Wednesday, Syrian armed opposition said that talks with Russian Federation aimed at a comprehensive ceasefire in Deraa and Quneitra in southern Syria had broken down.
The military's next target in the southern offensive appears to be the parts of nearby Quneitra province in rebel hands at the Golan frontier.
It caps a series of government victories nationwide since Russian Federation intervened in 2015 on Assad's side, including for the former rebel bastion of Eastern Ghouta outside Damascus earlier this year.
"In the largest wave of displacement to hit southern Syria since the start of the seven-year-long war, an estimated 180,000 children have been forced to flee their homes with little resource for protection, shelter or assistance", UNICEF said.
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An opposition commander with Jaish al-Janoub told Syria Direct on Monday that rebel fighters were still "stationed on the frontlines" with pro-government forces, but were not sure what would happen next.