Over a 100 people were arrested at Sunday's protest in Minsk and other cities, a day after over 400 women were arrested at peaceful women's marches.
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
"Regrettably, [the] EU continues its attempt to influence [the] situation in Belarus," said Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Riot police in Minsk dispersed anti-government protesters demanding the resignation of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko Wednesday night. The protest in the capital city marks the 19th day of consecutive demonstrations since the disputed early-August election.
The demonstrations come as nationwide protests flare after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko extended his 26 year rule in an August 9 election.
Thousands of Belarusians living in Poland joined the protests on Saturday,
some of them waving banners with the slogan "Belarusian Life Matters."
In a joint letter, the CEOs of some of the countries biggest companies have criticised violence against demonstrators.