Ukraine said it "destroyed" a Russian landing ship that was in a Russian-occupied port.
Russian media said the ship had brought military equipment to Ukraine and can hold multiple tanks.
The military shared photos and videos of fire and an explosion on a ship.
Ukraine said a Russian landing ship was hit and shared photos and videos of the explosion and fire.
The navy wrote on Facebook on Thursday morning: "A large paratroop ship 'Orsk' of the Black Sea fleet of occupiers was destroyed in the occupied Russian port Berdyansk."
It shared a photo of an explosion on a vessel and a video of a ship on fire in a port.
Ukraine's Ministry of Defense said the ship was "temporarily destroyed."
—Defence of Ukraine (@DefenceU) March 24, 2022
The military did not provide more information about what was used on the ship and what level of damage it sustained. It also did not say if there were any casualties.
The ship was in the Russia-occupied port of Berdyansk, in southeastern Ukraine.
A landing ship carries cargo and land weapons like tanks.
Russian state news agency TASS reported earlier this week that the ship had arrived at the port to deliver "military equipment" and that it could hold 1,500 tonnes of cargo.
It said that Russian state-owned TV news outlet Zvezda reported that the ship had transported "armored personnel vehicles" to Ukraine, and it's capable of carrying up to 20 tanks or 40 armored personnel vehicles.
It is not clear what was on the ship when it was hit.
Russia has not commented on the ship since Ukraine's announcement.
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