The recent initiative launched by Zelensky in front of armaments and equipment manufacturers who came to Kiev from more than 30 countries to participate in the first sector forum in the ongoing war, to become the future Western war commercial hub. The tension exploded between Kosovo and Serbia with territorial expansion by the latter, following in the Russian footsteps, suggesting a Crimea-style annexation. The European Union is unanimous in wanting to avoid an escalation in the “powder keg of the Balkans”. But where is the EU and what is it doing to support, with Kosovo being an EU ally, and Serbia destabilising the region despite active EU pacification policy in the years? Indeed, this is an ultimate attempt to divert the attention from Russia’s on-going matters.