Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. It is the second-largest country by area in Europe after Russia, which borders to the east and northeast. On Thursday morning of February 24, 2022 – motorised infantry of the Russian Armed forces entered Ukraine. From southeastern borders from the Russian Federation and in its northern bank from Belarus. Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, describing it as a “special military operation” aimed at dislodging “neo-Nazis” ruling Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin accused Ukrainian leadership led by a Jewish President Volodymyr Zelensky of treating its people with contempt and said that his forces were entering to quote “denazify Ukraine” and put an end to a quote: “genocide”. But, there’s no evidence to support the claim of what President Putin said. Vladimir Putin’s armed forces faced with emboldened Ukrainian troops bolstered by citizen soldiers, Russia has failed to capture a single city since its full-scale invasion began nearly one week. Ukrainian people joined along their armed forces to defend their country from an aggressive military invasion coming from a neighbour with whom they shared bread and butter before. A country now led by an ex KGB spy with expansionist political ambitions of an imperialistic Russia. The Russians have been surprised not only by the scale of Ukrainian resistance but also by poor morale among their own forces, some of whom surrendered without a fight.