"Explosions were heard in Vyshhorod district this morning. Air defense fired at enemy targets," the military governor of the Kyiv region, Oleksiy Kuleba, said on his Telegram channel on Sunday.
He said the shelling had not caused damage or injuries in the city, but asked Kyiv residents to continue taking refuge in shelters.
#Kyiv has been attacked from the air again.— Olha Konsevych (@Liza22Frank) June 19, 2022
In total, the Russians fired three missiles in the Kyiv region.
Not only the air defense has worked in the morning.
A Ukrainian aircraft took off to intercept one missile. The locals heard and saw it #StopRussia
Last time, Russia struck Ukraine's capital Kyiv with missiles early on Sunday, 5 June.