The plan for Sunday was a march to Stela and then to Lukashenko's residence
"Regrettably, [the] EU continues its attempt to influence [the] situation in Belarus," said Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Lukashenko's suggestion focused on court reforms and rejected calls by the opposition to go back to the country's 1994 constitution
The Associated Press said two of its journalists have been deported as scores of other foreign media reporters had their accreditations withdrawn.
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.
Nobel Prize-winning writer Svetlana Alexievich has been summoned by Belarus investigators over a new opposition council that is aiming to facilitate a transition of power in the country.
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Belarus return to the streets of Minsk to demand the resignation of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in the latest wave of demonstrations against his disputed re-election.
"It involves taking the most stringent measures to protect the territorial integrity of our country," Lukashenko said.
Opposition demonstrations have dominated worldwide headlines, but media coverage has differed in one noticeable way across Europe - how to name the country involved.
Authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko has threatened election protesters with tough new measures. It comes as the EU pledged its support for a peaceful transition of power in "Europe's last dictatorship."
Foreign interference or true organic movement? How Russian media report on the protests in Belarus.
The ambassador's resignation could indicate growing dissent at a high level of government in Belarus.
Christina and Andriy Vitushka went to get their son from jail. Instead of taking him home, they were arrested themselves.
Viewers see empty studios on state television as a general strike starts in Belarus.
Belarus opposition cranks up the pressure with criminal charges and leadership declarations.
Thousands of Belarusians living in Poland joined the protests on Saturday,
some of them waving banners with the slogan "Belarusian Life Matters."
As protests sweep over Belarus, authorities have responded with unprecedented violence - detaining thousands and wounding hundreds.
Olga Nikolaichik is hiding from authorities in Belarus after spending thirty days in solitary confinement with limited access to water after daring to speak out against Alexander Lukashenko.
In a joint letter, the CEOs of some of the countries biggest companies have criticised violence against demonstrators.
As officials and security forces attempt to silence all opposition, protesters on the streets of Minsk risk everything to have their voices heard.
Protesters are calling for fair elections and an end to police violence in Belarus.
Police in Minsk continued to detain people on Tuesday night to quell unrest following the disputed re-election of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
The former English teacher said on Monday that she had made "a decision" to be with her children as she left the Electoral Commission.
Tensions had been rising as incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko sought a sixth term despite rising discontent with his authoritarian rule.
The Belarusian Interior Ministry said the protester died after he tried to throw an "explosive device" at police — but it detonated in his hands.