Kyiv’s city government reports that 89 people have been killed in the Ukrainian capital since the Russian invasion began on Feb. 24. Four children are among the victims.
In addition, nearly 400 people were injured. The city authorities also say that Russian attacks have damaged 167 residential buildings.
The figures have not been independently verified. However, the United Nations has so far confirmed about 1,500 deaths in Ukraine.
According to the Ukrainian authorities, more and more Russian troops are withdrawing from northern Ukraine in preparation for a new offensive in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk.
“It has become safer in Kyiv, but the threat of airstrikes remains,” the city council warned.