On Thursday, she said the opposition was drawing up a blacklist with the names of Belarusian officials and police officers responsible for repression who could face prosecution.
Plans by the European Union to slap sanctions on Belarus have fallen into disarray, sources say, a hostage to internal politicking that one EU official described as a threat to the bloc's credibility.
Ambulances were called after several women became unwell during the detentions.
Tikhanovskaya, who has taken shelter in neighbouring Lithuania, insisted that the country's violation of its global obligations to respect "human dignity and basic human rights. means the worldwide community has a right to react in strongest terms".
There have been widespread protests since the elections last month, in which Lukashenko, who has led the country for 26 years, claimed a fresh term as president.
"Though I am personally averse to this Parliament pronouncing itself on the affairs of outside countries, there come moments when solidarity with the struggle for democracy and against dictatorship overrides all other considerations. Hundreds of reports of torture and other ill-treatment, including sexual violence and the reported torture of children", Bachlet's statement said, referring to a police crackdown on post-election protests as well as alleged actions from a decade ago.
Belarus' borders remained open Friday after President Alexander Lukashenko announced they would be closed as he warned of a possible "war" with neighbouring countries he accuses of supporting a burgeoning opposition movement. The initiating countries include Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Poland, the Netherlands, Canada, Belgium, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Romania.
Belarus opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya urged the global community to react to abuses in her country "in the strongest terms", during an address to the UN Human Rights Council on Friday.
Ukraine and the United States launched joint military exercises on Thursday, two days after Russian Federation began joint military drills with forces in neighbouring Belarus.
Police initially claimed Taraikovsky, was killed by an explosive device that he meant to throw at officers, but graphic video footage of the moment he died showed he was not holding anything when he fell to the ground.
The authorities in Belarus must enter into a constructive dialogue with the opposition and people of Belarus.
Large demonstrations have been held in cities throughout the country and some Sunday protests in Minsk have attracted crowds estimated at up to 200,000 people.
The European Parliament can not condemn Russian interference in Belarusian affairs, while inviting Union actors to do the same, Sant said.
Russia, Lukashenko's main ally and sponsor, has maintained staunch support for the Belarusian leader.
"It is crucial for Europe to be aware of how important a free and sovereign Belarus is for the security and the welfare of our entire continent", Morawiecki said.
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