So in addition to staying neutral, how could Italy benefit from the collapse of France and concentrate its effort in North Africa only? In other words, did staying neutral mean Italy only fighting the UK in North Africa, making the combats a major conflict between two nations than a global war. More human and material resources that were present in Ukraine could be diverted accordingly to train, improve, improvise the technological, training, resources and other Italian disadvantages in North Africa. Italy sending technicians to Finland, Hungary and Romania would relieve the local people to fight for their respective local military. In Romania, Italian and Romanian technicians could join forces in developing products such as lubricants and self-propelled gun/tank destroyer hybrid. Those and Italian made two-way radios would be field tested in Finland and the Baltic areas where the Army Group North dragged on with the war with the Red Army. Finnish forces, armed with better minute equipments in combat could better their chances in pushing tactically further to potentially reach Kandalaksha during Operation Arctic Fox, even though Mannerheim declined Dietl's offer to push onto Belomorsk on the White Sea coast. Finnish Air Force near the beginning of Barbarossa were crowded with many foreign machines. Presence of Italian aircraft technicians could help maximizing their capability in maintenance by leaving Italian, German, American and captured Soviet aircraft in service and delivering some American and of the other nations to Italy. In other words, in North Africa, Italian aircrew in addition to Italian aircraft would operate American, British and French models. Analogously, armored vehicle maintenance crew would deliver a few model of captured British, French and Soviet models for investigation, research and refitting for service. As the Italian troops were fighting British (and American, eventually) anyway, any captured British equipment, ordnance could better be fitted with British models in service with the Italians, not to mention how Vichy French naval and land troops could act, locally to Italian interference. In a nutshell, the co-belligerent efforts would have better been coordinated to optimize their effects to each benefits: Italy holding on their own in North Africa, Romania taking Moldova, and Finland cutting the Murmansk Railway. However, somehow the would-be neutrality of Italy did not comprehensively achieve that goal.