At least one Ukrainian missile struck the headquarters of Russia's Black Sea navy in the Crimean port of Sevastopol on Friday, and a major cyberattack interrupted internet services on the peninsula, Russian officials said.
Russia's defence ministry said one serviceman was missing after the attack, revising its earlier statement that the man had been killed. Air defences had downed a total of five missiles, the ministry said.
Ukraine's military confirmed it had attacked the Russian Black Sea fleet's headquarters, but gave few details.
"On September 22 close to 12:00 (0900 GMT) Ukraine's defence forces successfully struck the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea fleet command in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol," it said on the Telegram messaging app.
The governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, reported that emergency services had brought a fire in the building under control.
"But an equally important stage of work is now actively under way—the pouring of water on sections of the building and dismantling damaged structures," he wrote on Telegram.
Mr. Razvozhayev said some nearby roads could remain closed during this work. He also said that Sevastopol residents gathered in the streets, singing the Russian national anthem.
"Today showed that nothing can break Sevastopol," he wrote. "And the most beautiful thing about this is that this event was spontaneous."
Mr. Razvozhayev had earlier said there were no civilian casualties or damage to civilian infrastructure in his account of the missile strike posted on Telegram.
Ukraine has intensified attacks in the Black Sea and Crimea, as Ukrainian forces press on with a nearly four-month-old counteroffensive to regain Russian-controlled territory.
Ukrainian officials have described attacks on Russian military targets in Russian-held territory as legitimate.
Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak claimed Crimea "will definitely be demilitarized and liberated." Moscow says it will never give up the peninsula.
Russian authorities said air defences downed another missile on Friday near the town of Bakhchysarai.
Separately, Oleg Kryuchkov, an aide to Crimea head Sergei Aksyonov, said internet service providers on the peninsula were under an "unprecedented cyberattack," leading to interruptions in service.