Head of the EU Delegation in Belarus, Dirk Schuebel, and foreign ambassadors lay flowers at the site where a protester died on August 10 in Minsk, local media outlets reported.
Current High Representative of the European Union Josep Borrell said that the situation in Belarus has become a matter of grave concern.
People chanted “Long live Belarus!” and “Thank you!”
The protests in Belarus erupted after Alexander Lukashenko won presidential elections.
According to the Central Election Commission of Belarus, 80.23 % of voters supported incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko, while 9.9 % of voters backed his main rival, opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya.