Together with partner organizations, the Centre for Contemporary Politics/European Western Balkans researched the presence and the meaning of the narratives on the energy security in Europe following the start of the war in Ukraine. In all three countries bordering Ukraine, the research found narratives promoting the partition of Ukraine between its neighbours. In Serbia, there is a narrative promoting a “New European Order” where a stronger Russia, more present in the region would help the Serbian nationalists achieve their national interest. This was an ad-hoc report and a part of a wider project UKRAINE MONITOR. The project aims to check out how Ukraine-related disinformation is reflected and used within the far-right, ultra-nationalist and extremist communities to advance goals consistent with Russian interests.