The foreign ministers of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine have called on Belarus authorities to refrain from using force amid mass protests following the contested re-election victory of President Alexander Lukashenko.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Twitter on Monday that he was closely watching the situation after Belarus's presidential elections and would react appropriately as it develops.
The charges made by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, according to which, participants in post-election protests in Belarus were being steered from Poland, Great Britain and the Czech Republic, are groundless, Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said.
The foreign ministers of the so-called Weimar Triangle of Poland, France and Germany issued a joint statement on Friday in which they called on the Belarus authorities to conduct this Sunday's presidential elections in a free and fair manner.
Poland's Civic Coalition (KO) opposition bloc has appealed to the country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) to build a European coalition in support of a democratic Belarus ahead of Sunday's presidential election in that country.
President Andrzej Duda, following his Sunday victory in the run-off vote, has received scores of congratulatory messages from world leaders, including the US, Slovenian and Slovak presidents, as well as British prime minister.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has named a new ambassador to Poland - Uladzimir Chuszhau. Handing him the nomination, the President Lukashenko warned Poland "not to flex its muscles."