The head of state said this during a traditional conference call on Tuesday, August 25, the presidential press service reported.
"How can we refuse entry to Belarusians, especially given the extremely tense domestic political situation in their country? I think we should note down the relaxed requirements for Belarusians entering our country. This is a very delicate topic - everything must be taken into account," Zelensky said.
Protests have been going on in Belarus for two weeks now against the rigging of the results of the August 9 presidential election. According to official data, Alexander Lukashenko, who has ruled the country since 1994, won 80.1% of the vote, whereas opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya garnered 10.1% of the vote. After that, Tikhanovskaya was forced to move to Vilnius.
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