2500 tons of oil in the sea of Greece

The sinking of the oil tanker Agia Zoni II, near the island of Salamis, in Greece, turned out about of 2500 tonnes of oil into the sea and is extending to near the waters off the coast of the city of Athens, the Greek capital.

The ship sank on 10 September day and, so far, the country tries to control the leak. According to the Greek Coast Guard, only a part of the oil has been removed from the water.

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