The procurator general of Belarus said on August 20 that the procurator general of Belarus has put a criminal case on file regarding the establishment of a coordinating committee by the opposition in Belarus. According to the Russian satellite news agency reported on the 20th, Belarus Attorney General Alexander konuk said on the same day that the opposition set up a coordination committee and carried out activities aimed at seizing state power and damaging the national security of Belarus. According to Article 361 of the criminal code, a criminal case has been filed for this fact. < / P > < p > the Belarusian opposition camp established a Coordination Committee on August 18, which was promoted by the opposition leader Svetlana dihanovskaya. On the same day, Belarusian president Lukashenko condemned the opposition’s attempt to seize power and warned that appropriate measures would be taken against the opposition Coordination Committee. < / P > < p > after Lukashenko was re elected in the general election of Belarus, Russia has paid close attention to the situation in Belarus. According to Reuters reported on the 20th, the Kremlin said in a statement that any negotiations between other countries and the opposition of Belarus would mean interference in the internal affairs of Belarus. A spokesman for the Russian president pointed out that Belarus should first engage in internal dialogue.