Ukrainian military officials posted footage of its forces striking Russian targets on the occupied island.
Footage reportedly shows Russia launching two high-precision missiles at military infrastructure in Ukraine from the Black Sea coast.
The parents of 49 conscripts who survived when the Moskva missile cruiser sank in April, wrote to Russian officials demanding their sons not be sent to Ukraine.
Russia's Black Sea Naval fleet includes three missile-carrying surface ships and three underwater missile carriers, according to reports.
Footage seems to show missile strikes on a rescue ship headed to Snake Island in the Black Sea.
A Russian warship in the Black Sea launched a salvo of missiles toward targets in Ukraine.
Russia's Black Sea blockade of Ukraine grain is meant to "generate refugees" from North Africa, Yale historian Timothy Snyder argued Saturday.
Away from the battle for the Donbas region is the body of water where Russia's domination has consequences for the Ukraine war and the world's food supply.
Western allies will soon escort blockaded grain shipments in and out of Ukraine, former NATO commander James Stavridis said Sunday.
News outlet Agentstvo reported the Russian president has not made any unprompted reference to the war.
Kyiv has said that Russia has stolen large quantities of grain since its forces invaded Ukraine.
As the war in Ukraine continues on, some experts say Russia's military is losing its reputation as one of the world's mightiest forces.
Russian state news agency said that the country's electronic warfare system had "made its mission meaningless."
This comes just days after a report stated the U.S. was preparing to target the Russian fleet.
"Two ships with a total volley of up to 16 '3M-54 Kalibr' missiles are ready for use in the Black Sea," said a spokesman from Ukraine's Ministry of Defense.
Anton Gerashchenko said U.S. officials are in talks to deliver anti-ship missiles as fears grow a Russian Black Sea blockade threatens world food supplies.
Russia said it had repelled Ukrainian efforts to retake the island - and yet, hours later, Ukraine claimed a small victory over the Russian Black Sea fleet.
Russia has recently ramped up its attacks on Odesa, a key port city along the Black Sea.
The World Food Programme said that the millions of tonnes of grain is stranded in Black Sea ports closed by the Ukraine war.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he had "no information" about reported strikes against the Russian warship.
Ukraine's military chief released a video that reportedly shows a Ukrainian Bayraktar drone striking two Russian Raptor fast-attack craft near Snake Island.
The British Defense Ministry said that Russia's Navy can still strike Ukrainian targets despite the loss of the Moskva.
Vadym Prystaiko, Ukraine's ambassador to the U.K., said Russia's invasion had "shattered" security in the Black Sea.
The Kremlin claimed the Soviet-era vessel's 500 personnel were evacuated to other ships before being returned to the port of Sevastopol in Crimea on Friday.
Moscow has not publicly announced any possible casualties among the Moskva's crew members.
Former member of the Russian Duma Vladimir Bortko called the sinking "an absolute cause for war."
Ukraine claimed to have hit the ship with a missile strike while Russian authorities maintained the damage was due to a fire that detonated ammunition onboard.
Ukrainian Naval Forces announced today that a contingent of troops thought to be dead on an island in the Black Sea actually survived a Russian attack.