Brussels has been preparing a package of sanctions against Belarus. The decision was made by the member countries' foreign ministers after the death of protester Raman Bandarenka.
Rikard Jozwiak, the correspondent of Radio Liberty posted that on Twitter.
As we reported, Raman Bandarenka was beaten up by the unidentified culprits during the flight at the "Changes Square", a yard in one of the streets in Minsk, where the protesters have been rallying since August. Bandarenka suffered serious injuries; the police detained him. Later, at a hospital, he fell into a coma and passed away. On November 15, protesters held a march in the Belarusian capital to pay tribute to Bandarenka.