Protests continue in the Belarusian capital. Thousands of people have been rallying in Minsk as well as in other towns.
The demonstrators want Mr Lukashenko to resign after his re-election last month amid allegations of ballot-rigging.
Scenes from the Belarusian capital on September 6 showed massive crowds marching through the city center chanting “Long live Belarus!” and “Shame!”, and carrying red-and-white flags and banners, a symbol of the opposition that has been banned by the authorities.
The protest rally has started on August 9 after President Alexander Lukashenko won more than 80% of the vote.