Emergency responders were working to contain fires after a Russian missile attack near the southern port city of Odesa Sunday night, the Ukrainian military said.
"The enemy launched a missile attack on Odesa Oblast from strategic aviation aircraft," Ukraine's Operational Command South said on Telegram. "The enemy fired X-22 missiles at a food company warehouse and a recreational area on the Black Sea coast."
No casualties were reported, the statement added.
Some context: Originally designed as an anti-ship missile, the X-22 is an older and less accurate weapon than most modern missiles. The frequently inaccurate missile, also known as the Kh-22, has been used by Russia to target residential buildings during its assault on Ukraine.