The Kyiv city government and Kyiv Oblast administration impose a 35-hour curfew starting at 20:00 local time (18:00 UTC).
Brent Renaud, a filmmaker and photojournalist formerly affiliated with "The New York Times", is shot and killed by Russian troops in Irpin, Kyiv Oblast. His colleague, another U.S. citizen, is wounded and evacuated to a hospital.
Russian troops seize control of Borodianka in Kyiv Oblast after days of heavy shelling and airstrikes. Ukrainian authorities say that they were unable to evacuate a psychiatric hospital in the town which holds 670 patients. The hospital is now under Russian control.
Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov accuses the European Union of "hostile behaviour" towards Russia, and says that the arming of Ukraine was an "extremely dangerous and destabilising factor". Peskov says that Western arms supplies to Kyiv shows that Moscow was justified in demilitarising Ukraine.
Russian Ground Forces begin targeting gas and oil pipelines outside Kharkiv and Kyiv in an attempt to incapacitate their defenses, with multiple explosions being reported at an oil depot near Vasylkiv, Kyiv Oblast.
Russian ballistic and cruise missiles strike multiple Ukrainian cities and airfields, with eighteen people being killed in Odessa. A missile also strikes the Ministry of Defence intelligence headquarters in Kyiv.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that Vladimir Putin is planning "the biggest war in Europe since 1945" and that Russia intends to launch an invasion that will encircle the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
Canada withdraws its military advisors from Ukraine and relocates them to an undisclosed destination in Europe. It moves its diplomatic staff to Lviv, suspending all operations at its embassy in Kyiv.