Ukraine votes to impose martial law for 30 days amid invasion fears after three of its navy vessels were captured by Russian forces
- The Ukrainian parliament voted in favour of martial law after a request from its President Petro Poroshenko
- The Ukrainian navy has accused Russia of firing at and seizing three ships in Kerch Strait off annexed Crimea
- Ukrainian boats were making their way to the Mariupol in the Sea of Azov from Odessa on the Black Sea
- The narrow Kerch Strait is only route to the shared territorial waters of Sea of Azov, which Russia claims
- Russia said it was forced to block off the strait because ships made 'unauthorised crossing' in its territory
- Britain and France hit out at Moscow yesterday with Theresa May calling clash an 'act of aggression'
- Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin says the seaman captured should be treated as prisoners of war Ukraine will be placed under martial law tomorrow after warning that Russia had ‘moved to a new stage of aggression’ and could even be planning an invasion.