Russians force 3,000 employees of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant to obtain Russian passports.
The Russian occupation forces have forced about 3,000 employees of the Zaporizhzhia NPP to obtain so-called Russian passports in the city of Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia Oblast.
In addition, the General Staff reports that occupiers have been threatening businessmen with fines and property seizure, banning Ukrainian hryvnia circulation in the city.
Russians shelled Bakhmut during the "Christmas truce": 2 dead and 13 wounded.
The Prosecutor General’s office has reported that on 6 January, the Russian occupation forces fired artillery at Bakhmut, and as a result, there were thirteen wounded and two dead Ukrainian citizens.
It is specified that due to powerful mortar attacks on residential areas, a 66-year-old man and a 61-year-old woman were killed.
Another thirteen people received mine blast injuries and shrapnel wounds.
Private households, apartment buildings, and other objects were damaged and destroyed.
Fierce, bloody fighting in Soledar, but Russian forces do not control the city.
Serhii Cherevatyi, the spokesman for the eastern group of Ukrainian troops, has reported that the city of Soledar (Donetsk Oblast) is not under the control of Russian forces. Although fierce battles are taking place there, the Armed Forces of Ukraine are repelling the attacks of the invaders.
There have been 76 Russian attacks and ten combat engagements on this axis of the front alone since 00:00 on 7 January.
"Ceasefire" from Russians: airstrike, MLRS, tanks, mortars and artillery – General Staff report.
During the past day, Russian troops have carried out an airstrike and 7 attacks using MLRS. They are also firing on the positions of Ukrainian soldiers using tanks, mortars, and tubed artillery.
Despite the declared so-called "ceasefire," the Russian occupiers are continuing to attack the positions of our units with tanks, mortars, and tubed artillery.
Additionally, during the day, the enemy carried out an air strike and seven attacks from MLRS.
The Russian army is concentrating its efforts on conducting offensive operations on the Bakhmut, Avdiivka, and Lyman fronts and is trying to improve its tactical position on the Kupiansk front. On the Novopavlivka, Zaporizhzhia, and Kherson fronts, the Russians continued to conduct active defense on previously occupied areas.