Russia attacks Ukraine with its largest-ever "kamikaze" drone strike.
Kiev: Since Moscow began its assault in February 2022, air raid sirens have rung throughout Ukraine as a result of Russia's largest-ever "kamikaze" drone attack on Kiev.
According to Vitaliy Klitschko, the mayor of Kiev, approximately 60 drones were launched by Russia on Monday, and 36 of them were destroyed, according to the BBC.
Klitschko claimed that drone debris from fallen aircraft had hurt five people.
This attack on Kiev was the capital city's fourth in eight days, and it occurred only one day before Russia's Victory Day, which honours the former Soviet Union's triumph over Nazi Germany in World War Two.
According to Kiev's military administration, emergency services were called after drone debris fell onto a runway at Zhuliany international airport, one of the capital city's two commercial airports.
According to the authorities, civilians were hurt when drone debris impacted a home in the Shevchenkivskyi area of downtown Kiev.
The BBC cited Ukrainian officials as stating that a warehouse in the Black Sea port city of Odesa caught fire after eight missiles were fired at targets by Russian bombers.
The Red Cross of Ukraine announced in a statement that due to the destruction of its warehouse holding humanitarian aid, all relief deliveries had to be stopped.
Later, Natalia Humeniuk, a spokesperson for Ukraine's Southern Command, claimed that a security guard's body had been recovered from the debris.
Moreover, reports of missile attacks came from the Kherson, Kharkiv, and Mykolaiv districts.
At two villages in Kherson, at least eight people, including a toddler, were hurt.