The Sirte Women’s Operations Chamber of Operations said that they monitor almost daily the arrival of mercenaries to support the retired Major General Khalifa Hifter, and at the same time ruled out any movement of the Egyptian army towards Libyan territory.
In a statement to Al-Jazeera, the commander of the Sirte Jafrah Operations Room, Brigadier Ibrahim Bait Al-Mal, explained that Al-Wefaq forces monitor almost daily military supplies and mercenaries to Haftar forces in the city of Sirte and the Al-Jafra air base on Russian planes.
He added that Al-Wefaq forces respect the ceasefire and give the opportunity for a political solution to avoid bloodshed.
At the same time, Beit Al-Mal stressed that if Al-Wefaq forces monitored any military movement of Haftar and the mercenaries of the Russian Wagner Company and the Syrian and Janjaweed mercenaries, it would initiate the military move.
And Bait Al-Mal expected that no Egyptian army forces would move towards the Libyan borders or the incursion towards the oil crescent and the city of Sirte, in the center of the country.
The Al-Wefaq forces had announced earlier that it had monitored the arrival of 5 Russian planes carrying ammunition and mercenaries to Sirte and Al-Jafra, to support the forces of retired Major General Khalifa Hifter.
A spokesman for the Sirte Jafra liberation room of the Al-Wefaq government said that 5 Russian planes carrying mercenaries and ammunition had already arrived in Sirte and Jufra.
Brigadier Abdul Hadi Dara added that "Russian support continues for this rebel and its soldiers. On Saturday, we detected the arrival of 5 flights of Russian military cargo planes loaded with equipment and equipment to Sirte (North) and Jafra (Central)."
He explained that his forces also monitored the arrival of two Russian flights from Syria to Benghazi Airport on Saturday, and the arrival of two Russian flights from Syria to Al-Abraq International Airport last Friday.
"All of these are Russian cargo planes, carrying mercenaries and materiel to the eastern region and Libyan soil," Drah concluded.
These developments come at a time when Al-Wefaq forces continue to prepare to storm Sirte, after Haftar's forces expelled from the capital Tripoli and the entire Libyan west.
Anadolu news agency reported that in April, Russia had collected about 300 armed men from Quneitra, southern Syria, and sent them to fight in Libya, after being subjected to short training in a camp in Homs.
Field reports say Haftar’s forces include a large number of mercenaries from Africa and the Middle East.