A Russian missile was downed on Sunday by Ukraine’s air defense system above the Obukhiv area south of Kyiv, the Kyiv region military administration said on Sunday.
“According to the preliminary information, there are no casualties or destruction,” the statement said.
Some background: Multiple explosions also hit the capital on Sunday morning local time. One person was hospitalized.
“In reference to this morning's explosions in the capital's Darnytskyi and Dniprovskyi districts, there are currently no casualties from missile strikes on infrastructure. One victim was hospitalized,” Klitschko said on Telegram.
He added that the city’s services are still operating in the affected areas.
Russia “continues to launch missile and air strikes on military and civilian infrastructure in our country, in particular in Kyiv,” a separate update the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on Sunday.
CNN's Taras Zadorozhnyy, Josh Pennington and Sophie Jeong contributed reporting to this post.