"The organizers will set a specific date. The inauguration will take place no later than two months later," CEC official reports.
Also, the CEC noted that, as practice shows, the inauguration is carried out within a month after the official announcement of the election results.
As we reported before, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania has included President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on the list of persons who are prohibited from entering the country.
"We will not disclose the content of the names, I will only say that there are 32 names, including Alexander Lukashenko and other officials from those structures that are responsible: security forces - the OMON, the KGB, and the election commission," Linkevicius said.
The damage from the protests in Belarus amounted to at least $ 500 million, and the delayed damage is estimated at billions.
Also, the leaders of the EU states did not recognize the results of the presidential elections in Belarus.
“The elections were neither fair nor free and due to this reason, the result of this election cannot be recognized,” she stated.