Poroshenko called for the re-election of the President of Belarus

The ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko urged the country's authorities, together with partners in "at Lublin triangle" (Ukraine, Lithuania, Poland) to appoint a special representative for Belarus, which will facilitate the settlement of the situation in the country.

"I urge the Ukrainian authorities in cooperation with our partners "at Lublin triangle" to appoint a special representative for Belarus, which should actively promote the settlement of the situation and confirm the strategic role of our country in the region," the statement said Poroshenko, published in the Telegram-channel ex-President on Wednesday.

He also urged the Belarusian authorities to stop the violence, release prisoners and announce an early presidential election in the country.

"The Belarusian authorities must find a response to the demands of Belarusian society, which is committed and ready for democratic changes in the country... Believe that the Belarusian authorities should immediately end the violence against its citizens, at the same time, to avoid provocations. Secondly, to release from prisons and places of detention of political prisoners and peaceful protesters, to stop political persecution of the opponents to call for early presidential elections in Belarus with broad involvement of the OSCE ODIHR, the Council of Europe", - said Poroshenko.

The ninth of August the election of the President of Belarus. According to the CEC, the head of state Alexander Lukashenko is gaining 80,08%, in second place Svetlana Tikhanovski from 10.09%. In the headquarters of the Tikhanovski stated that it did not recognize the results of the CEC, noting that data from sites in all districts of the Republic show that she scored 70-80%.

In some cities of Belarus started an unauthorized protest. Protesters in Central Minsk erecting barricades out of garbage cans. The militia used against them tear gas, water cannons and stun grenades. The interior Ministry of Belarus said that as a result of the shares delayed about 3 thousand people.