Lithuania's FM, Linas Linkevičius, urged caution when it came to statements made by Belarusian President Lukashenko, telling Euronews there had been "no changes whatsoever" on the border between the two countries.
Belarus' official flag is green and red. The white-red-white flag one has been prohibited by Lukashenko's administration, leading to these tiny acts of rebellion.
"We all lived in fear under Stalin, but there was impeccable order and respect for order. Democracies are twisted and doomed," one Lukashenko supporter told Euronews.
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
One month on from the disputed August 9 election in Belarus, Emil Filtenborg tells Euronews how he expected some violence, but never anticipated it would be "this brutal, this early."
"Our demonstrations are working and our strikes are working (...) The fact that they are kidnapping people shows that they feel fear and don't know what to do," Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya told Euronews.
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.