Dozens of protesters rallied in Frankfurt am Main on Thursday, against the results of the presidential elections in Belarus.
Demonstrators were seen holding up flags and signs reading 'Lukashenko. Stop killing peaceful citizens in Belarus,' 'Europe! Your silence kills' and 'I am not mute; however I have no voice.'
«We have founded an international exit poll, and we have carried out post-election polls for consulates and embassies in 320 countries, so-called exit polls,» said a speaker while addressing the crowd.
According to the speaker, 82 percent of the votes after in the exit polls were in favour of the opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, while only 3.8 percent of the votes were in favour of the President Alexander Lukashenko.
Clashes erupted across Belarus soon after the announcement of Lukashenko's reelection, who claimed he won over 80 percent of the votes in Sunday's election despite the international concern about the fairness of the process.
Dozens of people were injured while thousands had been reportedly arrested during the protests in the country.