The coast guard of Greece opened fire on the Turkish dry cargo ship ACT. About this on Monday, 3 July, reports NTV.
The incident occurred near the Greek island of Rhodes. CNN Turk specifies that the border guards demanded that the captain of the Turkish ship drop the course and enter the port to inspect the cargo, but the crew refused to comply.
Greek military sailors opened fire, the ship suffered minor damage. According to different data, in the deck and sides there are from 16 to 36 bullet holes and holes. None of the sailors were injured.
The dry cargo ship continued to move along the previously planned route. The ships of the Turkish Coast Guard came to the area of the incident.