March 7, 2022 | Daily briefing 


Ukraine, together with international partners is ready to consider the security guarantees without becoming a NATO member. “We are ready to consider some models which do not imply NATO alliance. There can be explicit guarantees from different countries, for example, the USA, China, Great Britain, possibly from Germany, France. We are ready to discuss such issues not only through bilateral negotiations with Russia but also with other partners”, − Davyd Arakhamiia, the head of the “Sluga narodu” fraction.


In Mariupol, the OSCE office was bombarded. Now, the Mission escapes Ukraine completely.  

“The Mission received the message about damaging of the SMM office as the result of shelling. The process of the temporary evacuation of all international members is almost over. The last group – The head of the Mission and senior leadership will leave Ukraine as soon as possible”.

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Police in Kirovograd region informs – Russian troops wound and rob Guillaume Briquet, Swiss journalist. As the result, several bullets hit the glass, causing damage to the foreigner. The journalist received wounds to his face and forearm.

After the car stopped, Russian invaders confiscated his documents, cash, camera footage, and laptop, other personal belongings before releasing him. 


In Sumy region, the night before 6 March 2022, the column of Russian technique occupied the territory of poultry building in Vilshana city – informs Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, the head of Sumy District State Administration.


Invaders’ shelling of residential quarters has led to the fire in Mykolaiv suburban. Firefighters still work at the scene of the shelling – informs the administration of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in the Mykolaiv region. 


In the evening and at night, invaders bombarded civilian objects in Chernihiv city.

 «A few more schools and one more kindergarten was destroyed. Infrastructural facilities have also been bombarded», — informs Viacheslav Chaus, the head of Chernihiv district state administration.


Yurii Prylypko, the head of the Gostomel community, was shot by the Russian invaders while he was dealing out bread and medicine. His brethrens Ruslan Karpenko and Ivan Zoria have also been shot, – informs Gostomel village council. 


Russian invaders destroyed the church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin in Viazivka village, Zhytomyr region. It was built in 1862 year.


Residents of Irpen, a town in the Kyiv region, are once again trying to leave it, as the shooting of civilians does not stop. In addition, eight people were killed in a recent wave of evacuation, shot by the Russian military. That’s why most residents decided to try to save their lives next time. Locals are hiding under the destroyed bridge, terrifie. The bridge was previously destroyed by the Russian aircrafts.


Security Service of Ukraine: A Russian handyman-technician who dealt with the removal of defective Russian equipment from Ukraine has been captured. According to him, desertion (arbitrary renunciation of military service) is spreading among the occupants. The AFRF(Armed Forces of the Russian Federation) faces seven years in prison for disobedience.

“No one tells anyone anything. Even the armed forces are against it. We are threatened with 7 years in prison and this is the only thing that keeps us going,” says the occupier.



State Emergency Service of Ukraine: The town of Malyn in Zhytomyr region, suffered from air strikes by the occupants. They fired on residential areas that are not strategic targets. One person was killed and four civilians were seriously injured.


“In the temporarily occupied Chaplinka, town in the Kherson area, the Russian military opened fire to disperse the Ukrainian protesters who disagree with the pro-Russian regime,” – the adviser to the chief of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (Ministry of Internal Affairs) Anton Gerashchenko reports.


The so-called liberators aimed at the baking factory in the Kyiv region called “Makariv Bakery” (a state enterprise). According to preliminary information from the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, up to 30 people were there. Five people were rescued from the debris, and 13 more bodies were found dead. The rest are being sought.


In Melitopol, city in Zaporizhia Oblast, the Russian military captured a TV center and the radio communications center. “They are now in control of the city,” said Mayor Ivan Fedorov. The city is also home to more than 90 houses and civilians.


One of the interrogated occpants confirmed that they were ordered to shoot at civilians – the Security Service of Ukraine. The “green light” for the shootings was also given to the Russian military: the invaders can shoot at their fellow soldiers if they refuse to kill women and children.

“… We were ordered to shoot at everyone, and block roads… We did not have certain orders, the commander set them for us. When the civilians saw the blocked road, they said that they needed to go home. Zampolit (the commander) got tired of constant requests, and ordered to shoot at civilians. Everyone started hiding and driving cars back…”


Residents of Staromayorske village said that the Russian occupants threatened with weapons and took away food, fuel, computers, TVs, batteries, and flashlights.

“That is, when the Russians say, ‘We have come to liberate you!’


As a result of two air strikes at about 8:20 p.m., the occupants hit oil depots in Zhytomyr and Chernyakhiv. A tank with a capacity of 10 cubic meters went on fire in Zhytomyr. According to preliminary information, there are no victims.

Two half-empty tanks went on fire in Chernyakhiv village. Residents were evacuated from private houses nearby.