Supporters of a feeble and unreformed EU are acting as Putin’s fifth column
In his opinion piece in Financial Times, Alexander provided his support to Boris Johnson. He argued that at the moment Europe Union is very weak and unable to defend from Russian aggression neither its protectorate countries nor European Union itself. Alexander also accused Labour party of creating an atmosphere where European agencies are unable to take any decisive actions. At the same time, he is also of the opinion that a reformed Europe will be able to become a guarantor of the stability and attractive for its member countries.