Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak commented on the mass protests in Belarus following the results of the presidential elections, MK reported.
On the air of Polskie Radio, Blaszczak said that the entire free world is in favor of Belarus being a democratic state, and the republican authorities respecting their citizens.
It is clear that the Belarusian people are waking up, and these tendencies towards freedom should be supported, he added.
At the same time, the Polish minister expressed doubts about the need for NATO to intervene in the situation. What is happening in Belarus is primarily a matter of neighborly support, he added.
For several days in a row, mass protests are taking place throughout Belarus following the victory of Aleksandr Lukashenko in presidential elections.
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the republic, one person has died in riots.