Ukraine will be calling incumbent President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko merely by his first and last names. He will be referred to as just "Aleksandr Lukashenko", without specification of political status, i.e., presidency. Dmytro Kuleba, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine said so during the briefing.
"You're asking our official position, I'm saying that our official position is "Aleksandr Lukashenko", he said, meaning that no references to Lukashenko's presidency will be mentioned starting from November 5. That's when his presidential powers from the previous term expire.
The new restrictions include travel bans and freezing of assets in respective countries.
Apart from Lukashenko and his son, sanctions concern Igor Sergeenko, Chief of Staff to the President of Belarus; Yuri Karayev, Minister of Internal Affairs, as well as his deputies Aleksandr Barsukov and Yuriy Nazarenko; Khazalbek Atabekov, Deputy Commander of Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Dmitriy Balaba, the commander of Minsk riot police unit.