Greek Military Announces Live-Fire Exercises in Eastern Aegean throughout Monday

March 2, 2020

ATHENS – Military exercises using live fire will be held in areas of the sea to the east of the Eastern Aegean islands on Monday, between the island of Samothrace and that of Megisti, the Supreme Military Command of the Interior and Islands (ASDEN) announced.

“From March 2, 2020 and throughout the next 24 hours, shots will be carried out with live fire by light and heavy armaments with straight-line trajectory, in sea regions east of the islands of the Eastern Aegean, from the island of Samothrace to Megisti,” an ASDEN announcement said.

Details and danger zones will be announced by local military commands, ASDEN clarified.


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