NATO should not intervene in the situation in Belarus. The call was made by the Polish defence Minister Mariusz Blashak, it cites RIA Novosti.
“I think what is being done in Belarus — is primarily a matter of neighborhood support,” he said. Blashek noted that the presidents of Poland and Lithuania still want to mediate in talks between the government of the Republic and the European Union.
on 11 August the head of the Polish MFA Jacek Czaputowicz offered his country as mediator in the negotiations between the Belarusian authorities and the opposition. In his opinion, between the conflicting parties there is a space for dialogue.
on August 10, recognized by Russia and several other States the President of the country Alexander Lukashenko declared that the demonstrations in the Belarusian cities provoked by the “puppeteers” from the West.
the Evening of 9 August across Belarus broke out to protest. In the center of Minsk, clashes with Riot police. The demonstrations were repressed using tear gas, stun grenades, smoke grenades. According to official figures, suffered 39 of the security forces and civilians. more than 50 human rights activists reported one dead party protests.
According to the CEC, Lukashenko won 80,23% of the votes. His main rival Svetlana Tikhanovski — 9.9 percent. She said it would not recognize the results.