On 24 February 2022, Russia started its full-fledged offensive against Ukraine, directly threatening its capital, Kyiv. Despite some excessively pessimistic forecasts, Ukraine resisted the attack, fighting back effectively. Although the reasons for this success are various, nine European Union (EU) sanctions packages and international military aid have played a relevant role in the Ukrainian fight for territorial integrity. However, because of skyrocketing energy and food prices, public opinion is gradually losing sensitivity, and some governments are showing signs of fatigue. For these reasons, the upcoming months could be crucial for the European standpoint’s redefinition, potentially leading to mounting tensions among EU countries.