Back in 2020, according to French sources:
the relationship between Paris and Ankara was severely affected by a serious naval incident on June 10, in which a Turkish vessel threatened a French frigate (the Courbet) off the Libyan coast. This added yet another knot to the growing tensions between the two. At a meeting of the NATO Council the French strongly condemned the attitude of the Turkish navy, receiving the support of eight allies among thirty (not including the British).
The BBC's description of that event
What happened next is still under dispute. According to French defence forces, Turkish ships escorting the Cirkin - which they said was carrying medical supplies - acted aggressively to the Courbet, and even targeted it with their weapons systems three times.
Turkey denies the French allegation, saying the interaction was friendly.
Almost certainly Italy was also not among France's supporters given that e.g.
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni had previously accused France of interfering in Libya, to prevent Italy from obtaining “important concessions” in the field of energy. She also accused the French intervention in Libya of “causing the chaos of illegal immigration that Europe suffers from today.”
But which (8) NATO countries more precisely backed France in their spat with Turkey in the Courbet incident? (Assuming the first source has that number right.)