There has been a war going on in Ukraine for 630 days. Since then, the EU has been supporting Kiev in terms of arms supplies. There is a constant striving for a common European interest, which, when looked at more closely, breaks down into many different interests of individual nation states.
Hungary and Slovakia want to end military support for Ukraine, Poland and the Baltic states want to win over Russia, Berlin and Paris are a little more pragmatic. The issue could become another bone of contention that could threaten to break up the EU – as has been the case for years with the euro crisis and the ongoing wave of asylum seekers.