Hundreds of thousands of Belarusians have been protesting daily since the August 9 presidential election, which officials claim handed Lukashenko, a 66-year-old former state farm director, a victory with 80% of the vote.
Russian Federation said the EU's decision not to recognise Mr Lukashenko as the legitimate president contradicted worldwide law and amounted to indirect meddling in the country.
Raab also mentioned Lukashenko's ally, Russian President Vladimir Putin, although none of the measures Britain announced on Tuesday targets Russia.
"What's happening in Belarus is a crisis of power, an authoritarian power that's unable to accept the logic of democracy and is clinging on through force", Macron said in the comments published Sunday.
The European Union has refused to recognise the result of the election which gave Lukashenko 80 per cent of the vote, and Mr Macron on Sunday said that he "has to go". The department said since the fraudulent presidential elections in August, the government of Belarus has conducted a "systematic campaign of repression and state-sponsored violence against public protests and the activities of opposition groups".
Lukashenko's opponents say it was a blatantly rigged election which drew global condemnation and civil unrest.
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Lukashenko denies electoral fraud.
Tsikhanouskaya went into exile in Lithuania after the Belarusian presidential election. Over 350 protesters were detained.
Masked police dragged people into vans and fired stun grenades and tear gas to disperse crowds as tens of thousands marched for a seventh straight weekend to demand veteran Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko quit.
The opposition and civil society groups have presented evidence of massive vote rigging by the Belarussian authorities and say opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who was forced to flee to neighbouring Lithuania, is the real victor of the contested vote.
Protesters chanted "impostor" and "Sveta is our president" as they marched through Minsk and nine other cities decked out in red-and-white opposition colours.
Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne has called the result fraudulent and said free and fair elections must take place in Belarus.
Tikhanovskaya said she was not yet ready to talk about the circumstances in which she fled from Belarus but her supporters said she came under intense pressure that left her little choice. Opposition members and some poll workers in Belarus say the vote was rigged.