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It's tragic what Ukraine has to deal through due to Russia's leaders miscalculated decisions based off misinformation and expectations to overwhelm Kyiv in first days of war and take over the country.

The extent of this tragedy is hard to understand in full. Some humans truly have no moral bounds or empathy. This gives a summary of what happened in first days of the war.

It's hard to stay truly informed on what's going on unless you take the time to study the sources of claims you read. I love and recommend Credible Defense subreddit's daily discussions as a nice way to get fact based reporting.

Also like analysis of Anders Nielsen, Michael Kofman, Perun & William Spaniel. Ukraine/Russia report sub although with some bias tries to give news from both sides of the war.

Instead of wasting lives & destroying cities of its neighbors and oppressing it's own citizens, I hope one day a sane government comes where such a disastrous decision will be impossible to enact.

I hope the war ends soon and Russia gives back the territories it unlawfully gained through war (Donetsk/Luhansk/..) or non vetted referendum (Crimea). And pays for the damages it inflicted to the people of Ukraine. Otherwise the war is most likely to repeat again in future.

One silver lining in all this is that due to Russia fully losing out on its objectives of the war. It might stop wars of this nature from happening again in future. Such as China's threats of taking Taiwan against the will of Taiwanese people.