On August 19, Valery Belsky, an assistant to the president of Belarus, told the media on August 19 that the losses caused by the protests in Belarus had exceeded $500 million, and the subsequent losses were expected to be as high as billions of dollars. According to belta on the 19th, belta, assistant to the president of Belarus, who is in charge of financial and credit affairs, said on the same day that the protest had caused huge losses, which had exceeded $500 million, and part of the cost was spent on repairing flower beds and lawns. He also said the protests have undermined the attractiveness of Belarus for foreign investment. On the issue of workers’ strike, Belsky said that workers in state-owned enterprises chose strike as a way of political protest, which were the best enterprises in Belarus and provided generous salaries and benefits. Most private companies continue to operate to ensure their share of the market. “There is no reasonable reason to protest, but there are obvious consequences. Over the years, the country’s economic and social fields have operated well with balanced mechanisms. The interruption of social production will not bring any benefits to Belarus. ” After the re-election of President Lukashenko of Belarus, large-scale protests have been going on in Belarus for several days. According to the report of the day, Lukashenko, the opposition camp, was set up on the same day and warned that it would take measures to deal with the opposition’s attempt to seize power.