Both Ukraine and Russia are suffering mounting losses, nearly four months since the start of Kyiv's long-anticipated counteroffensive.
"Last week was a real catastrophe for Russian artillery," Ukraine's digital transformation minister said.
Russia's ability to defend its Black Sea Fleet forces has come into question after recent devastating attacks by Ukraine's forces.
Russia's foreign minister hinted that Moscow may end the war in Ukraine if Kyiv agrees to a major condition.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is facing resistance for war support from two of his closest allies.
Ukraine claimed success in a Wednesday morning attack on the Black Sea Fleet's command post in Crimea.
Russia has blamed Ukraine for a rise in attacks on its territory, many of which have struck military targets.
Kyiv has announced the recapture of the village of Klishchiivka, near the city of Bakhmut, only days after liberating the nearby village of Andriivka.
Ukraine's General Staff said Russia's military lost 3,180 soldiers in the past seven days.
A spokesperson for Ukraine's Navy said Russia has moved three landing ships from the Black Sea to another location.
The British defense ministry said Russian President Vladimir Putin's military could be holding back on the use of missiles for future plans.
Russian forces reportedly ordering an artillery strike on its own troops after they surrendered to Ukraine.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu shrugged when asked whether Russia would win the war, video shows.
Russian troops were sent into battle ahead of schedule because of forces being "over-stretched" on the front lines, the British Defense Ministyr said.
The Russian leader appeared to not be on the same page as his defense ministry in regards to Ukraine's equipment losses.
Ukraine "is only the beginning," Colonel-General Andrey Mordvichev warned in a recent interview.
In an alleged intercepted call, a Russian solider described an entire formation being killed by Ukrainian forces.
""The Russian army abandoned—tactically abandoned—this settlement," a Kremlin-installed official said on state TV.
A Kyiv official said the capital city has not "experienced such a powerful attack since spring."
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was quoted saying that U.S. contributions were needed for voting.
A captured Russian soldier said enlistment officers threaten men who refuse to go to war with made-up charges.
On Monday morning Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar announced that Kyiv's forces had recaptured Robotyne and are attempting to advance further.