Neighbour countries are willing to mediate between the opposition and the government in Belarus.
This is what the president of Lithuania said, who emphasized that sanctions can also be imposed if the regime of Aleksandr Lukashenko rejects the initiative.
In addition to Lithuania, according to President Gitanas Nausea, Poland and Latvia are also ready to act as mediators.
He said authorities in Belarus must first stop using violence against protesters. Protesters who have been arrested must also be released.
In Belarus, protests have been going on for days by opposition supporters.
They think that in Sunday’s presidential elections there was widespread fraud so that 65-year-old Lukashenko could remain in power. Authorities have made thousands of arrests during protests.