According to Russian satellite news agency on August 10, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that the presidential election is like a festival, but some people wanted to destroy the presidential election, and illegal protestors were under the command of Poland, Britain and Czech Republic. Belarus held a presidential election on August 9. The chairman of the Central Election Commission said the vote count showed that the current president Lukashenko won 80.23% of the vote. On August 10, during a meeting with Sergei Lebedev, chairman of the CIS Executive Committee, Lukashenko said: “we recorded calls from abroad. The calls came from Poland, the UK and the Czech Republic. ” On the illegal situation in Belarus after the presidential election, Lukashenko said that no matter how much some people want revolution, there will be no revolution in Belarus. < p > < p > after the closure of the Minsk polling station, riots broke out and continued into the early morning, and law enforcement officers used flash bombs, water cannons and even rubber bullets to disperse the protestors. People were injured and several were sent to hospital during the protest. At present, the situation in Minsk is calm.