Alwaght- Syrian-Jordanian main border crossing was reopened on Monday, after a three year closure. AFP reported.
The key West Asia trade route, known as Jaber on the Jordanian side and Nassib on the Syrian side, was a key trade route before Amman closed it after the post was overrun by militants in April 2015.
The crossing was a major link not only for direct trade between the neighboring countries but also for longer-distance transit, which was a significant source of revenue.
The reopening comes after Syrian government troops liberated their side of the crossing from militants in July.
According to an agreement between Jordan and Syria, the traffic of passenger and goods at the border crossing will resume daily from 5am to 1pm.