In addition to the US African Military Command (AFRICOM), a company has joined the “revelations” from the “Russians in Libya” series, servicing Israeli ISI spy satellites.
Satellite images appeared in the social networks accounts associated with ISI, the captions to which tell us that "Russia has transferred to the Libyan air base Al-Jufra."
Intelligence demonstrates Russian military equipment at the Al-Jufrah air base, Libya. The expansion of the Russian presence includes MiG-29, MiG-23 fighters, trucks, helicopters, vehicles and a new radar.
In this regard, the Israeli spy satellite contradicts AFRICOM, which said that “MiG-29 fighters and Su-24 bombers were transferred to the Libyan Air Force” to Libya. Recall that the US African military command said that "the Russians repainted their combat aircraft at the Khmeimim airbase before being sent to Libya."
ISI Note, in which the spy satellite operator decides to refer to AFRICOM, which he has just actually contradicted:
According to the US African Command, military equipment is designed to support Russian state-sponsored PMCs operating locally in Libya.
Satellite photo showing the Mi-8 and Mi-24 helicopters:
In response to ISI, one of the users (Ahmed Hamad) left a remarkable comment (translated from English):
I knew this air base well, all these MiGs are old. They have been there since 1999, there are more than 20 of them.