Ukrainian servicemen of the 3rd separate assault brigade fire a 82mm mortar towards Russian positions at the front line, near Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Friday, June 30, 2023. AP
"Another enemy air attack on Kyiv," Sergiy Popko, head of the Kyiv city military administration, said on social media.
He said it was the first drone attack on the Ukrainian capital in 12 days.
"All enemy targets in the airspace around Kyiv were detected and destroyed," Popko said.
In a separate statement, Ukraine's air force said Sunday that it had shot down three cruise missiles and eight Iranian-made attack drones deployed by Moscow's forces overnight.
"Eight Shaheds were launched from the southeast, and three Kalibr missiles were launched from the Black Sea," the air force said.
It did not provide any details on the Kyiv attacks.
A source familiar with the situation told AFP that no missile was shot down over Kyiv overnight.
Ruslan Kravchenko, head of the Kyiv regional military administration, said that three houses were damaged by falling debris in the Kyiv region.
One man sustained a leg injury, Kravchenko added.
Ukraine has become increasingly adept at taking down Russian cruise missiles and drones after appealing to Western allies for greater air defence capabilities.
Kyiv, which had been relatively spared from attacks since the beginning of the year, faced frequent nightly aerial raids in May.