Turkey is moving armored vehicles to the border with Greece amid growing tensions between the two countries.
According to Turkish media reports, the movement of equipment was noticed in the town of Reyhanli, Hatay province, bordering Syria.
The convoys, including the ACV-15 BMP, with a total strength of almost 40 units. The vehicles are expected to be shipped from the port of Iskenderun in Edirne by train.
Earlier, Ankara announced the conduct of joint military exercises with the formations of Northern Cyprus and accused Greece of militarizing its islands in the Eastern Mediterranean.