Now the decision needs to support the deputies. Tomorrow Parliament will gather for an emergency meeting.

Poroshenko supported the introduction of martial law

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko at an emergency meeting of the NSDC supported the decision to impose martial law, according to mediaUA.

"This does not mean that Ukraine will carry out any offensive operation," the President said.

According to Poroshenko, the solution also does not imply any change of the APU in the area of environmental protection in the Donbas. And does not provide for urgent mobilization.

Poroshenko said that already received hundreds of calls from soldiers in reserve, who reported that they were ready to defend Ukraine.

Poroshenko called on the veterans of the first wave of mobilization to be alert.

Recall, the naval forces of Ukraine on 25 November reported that the edge ships of the Russian Federation has carried out aggressive actions against Ukrainian ships who have made a planned transition from the port of Odessa to the port of Mariupol of the Azov sea. In particular, the Russian boundary ship "the don" made a battering RAM of the Ukrainian Harbor tugs, which had damaged the main engine of the ship, the trim and railing, as well as lost on that raft.

While Navy APU emphasize that the intention to migrate was warned in advance and had acted within international law.

At the same time at the FSB, said that three Ukrainian warships in the sea of Azov "illegally entered the territorial waters of the Russian Federation and headed to the Kerch Strait".

The Ukrainian Navy has published legal commentary, pointing out that in accordance with articles 17, 38 of the UN Convention on the law of the sea and article 2 of the Agreement between Ukraine and the Russian Federation on cooperation in using the Azov sea and the Kerch Strait, military ships of Ukraine enjoy freedom of navigation in the Kerch Strait and sea of Azov, and this means that they can make a passage across the Kerch Strait at any time, subject to safety of navigation.

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