Greek Coast Guard Fires At Turkish Freighter, 16 Bullet Holes Reported

Monday, July 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Jul 3, 2017

A Turkish-flagged ship has comes under fire off the Greek island of Rhodes, according to Turkey’s Deniz news, citing the ship’s captain, Haluk Sami Kalkavan, who told CNN TURK there were at least 16 bullet holes on board, although no injuries have been reported.

More details from CNN Turk, google translated:

According to the Deniz News Agency, the Greek Coast Guard boats from Iskenderun to the Gulf of Izmit have armed attack on the Turkish flagged M / V ACT named freighter. It was fired by Greek SSI boats on the island of Rhodes on the Turkish flagged dry dock named M / V ACT, which has a capacity of 4300 DWT carrying capacity towards the Izmit Gulf with the load it has loaded from ?skenderun.

M / V ACT named load cargo going to Izmit Gulf after ?skenderun’s iron steel load, Greek Coast Guard boats in international waters on the outskirts of Rhodes are required to dock to Greek Harbor but the captain can not comply with this directive. he gave. While heading to Turkish territorial waters, the Greek Coast Guard M / V ACT carried out a military attack on the named freighter.

‘There are 16 holes on board’

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