A fresh wave of Russian drone attacks have prompted evacuations in the Ukrainian capital. Meanwhile, Zelenskyy has urged South Korea to provide anti-aircraft systems.
Ukrainian authorities evacuated residents of a high-rise residential building in Kyiv in the early hours of Tuesday, after it sustained damage in the latest Russian drone attack on the Ukrainian capital.
Falling debris sparked a fire in the building, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said.
He added that at least one person was killed due to the fire in the district. Twenty people were evacuated, with an elderly woman hospitalized, Klitschko added.
"Massive attack! Stay indoors!" the mayor said.
Kyiv's military administration said air defense forces destroyed over 29 out of 31 drones in the attacks.
Serhiy Popko, the head of Kyiv's military administration, said the attack was conducted using Iranian-made Shahed drones alone.
Blazes also broke out in the capital's southern Darnytskyi district and central Pechersky district, the mayor said.
Russia fired a barrage of missiles at the Ukrainian capital on Monday in an unusual daytime attack. Russian forces often attack Kyiv overnight.