The capture of Kyiv in three days is perhaps the most important and wet dream, which never came true.
Other “successes” of the Russian Federation look no less significant. The most spectacular was, of course, the negative ascent of the cruiser Moscow. And the “demilitarization of Ukraine” turned into the second lend-lease in the history of the United States and the supply of weapons from Western countries. Russia itself has lost 13 billion dollars of equipment, they didn’t even scrape it off for the parade.
Finland and Sweden join NATO. The Russian economy is dying under sanctions. Global brands have left the country, and default is knocking on the door.
Add to this a bunch of dead generals, a 20-fold shame in Chernobaevka, the most unsuccessful river crossing in history and almost 30 thousand dead invaders.
These losses of Russia in three months are comparable to the losses of the USSR in 9 years in Afghanistan.