The presidents of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia did offer his help to resolve the situation in Belarus.
in their common statement stressed that " isolation Is not the way to prosperity and development."
The presidents urged the official Minsk to convene a national round table of reconciliation with the participation of the authorities and authorised civil society.
similarly, the statement is a call to " de-escalate tensions, the immediate cessation of the use of force against its people, to end violence and to respect fundamental freedoms and human rights."
The presidents of 4 countries consider that it is necessary to immediately release the arrested protesters and to stop their persecution.
"This would be a relevant step towards the beginning of a genuine national dialogue. We believe that dialogue Is always the best path to social development, in discussions on the reforms and future of Belarus ", - concluded the authors.
in Belarus the fifth day of ongoing demonstrations of disagreement. Demonstrators took to the streets of cities of the Republic of 9 August, when presidential elections were held. They are dissatisfied with the organization and results of the voting.
All four of the opposition candidate challenged the results.
according to the CEC, 80, 08 percent, defeated incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko, who heads the country 26 years.
in the process of protests, the most difficult situation was observed in the capital: protesters refused to disperse, for the forcible disbandment of the Military used water cannons, tear gas, stun Blaster and rubber bullets. 1 citizen died, a few thousand tied, most are in hospitals.