At the same time, the country's State Security Committee (KGB) and the Ministry of Internal Affairs do not comment on this information. No details were reported.
It is worth noting that President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko earlier stated that Russia had been interfering in the country's internal affairs, including the election campaign.
As we reported earlier, on July 14, mass protests took place in Belarus. People were standing against the refusal to register opposition candidates Viktor Babariko and Valeriy Tsepkalo as participants in the presidential election.
Rallies were held in Minsk, Brest, Gomel, Grodno, and Mogilev.
According to human rights activists, over 150 people were detained in Minsk alone in the evening of July 14, and as of 01:30 am on July 15; at least 215 detainees were reported across the country.