Another leading Belarus opposition figure has been arrested, as the authorities continue to crack down on dissent.
Unprecedented demonstrations broke out after Mr Lukashenko claimed to have defeated political novice Tikhanovskaya and won re-election with 80 per cent of the vote in the Aug 9 ballot.
"Denmark continues to work towards the European Union sanctions being implemented as quickly as possible".
Unidentified people also attempted yesterday to enter the apartment of writer Svetlana Alexievich, the victor of the 2015 Nobel Prize in literature and now the only member of the council's executive presidium still free in Belarus.
Alexander Lukashenko, a long-time Belarusian leader who has recently claimed a landslide win in a controversial election that sparked massive protests across the country says he would not have extradited the group of Russian mercenaries detained in Belarus in early July to Ukraine.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Tuesday suggested that Russian Federation would be next if his regime falls in the face of a wave of mass demonstrations. One, Olga Kovalkova, said on Saturday she was in Poland after security services threatened her and took her to the border.
"More than 8 hours have passed and we still don't know where Maria is and what is happening to her", said lawyer Maxim Znak, a member of the Coordination Council, in a video blog on Monday evening.
Because of these alleged crimes, she has filed an application to Belarus' Investigative Committee to begin proceedings against State Security Committee (KGB) officers, who she says she would be able to identify.
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She said she was writing her statement as unknown men were outside her apartment building. Authorities jailed some of its members and forced several others out of the country, threatening them with arrest.
'Rodnenkov, Kravtsov and Kolesnikova passed the customs border control in a BMW auto and headed for Ukraine, ' said spokesman Anton Bychkovsky. "We have to unite and not give up our intentions".
The Lithuanian foreign minister, Linas Linkevicius, has urged the bloc to provide "concrete help" to Belarus's opposition and said "the Belarusian people should not feel deserted". "And she was apparently thrown out of the vehicle as it was moving", he said.
On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States is deeply concerned about the Belarusian government's attempts to forcibly expel opposition activist Maria Kolesnikova.
The lawyer met Ms Kolesnikova today for the first time since her disappearance, saying she was put in a cell with six other people at a pretrial detention centre.
The 65-year-old Belarusian strongman's relationship with Putin had soured ahead of the ballot because Minsk refused closer integration with Russian Federation and even claimed Moscow had sent mercenaries across the border to organise riots.
The Coordination Council said its press secretary Anton Rodnenkov and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov had also disappeared, while police said they had no information on detentions.
Belarus' Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich at the entrance to her flat on Wednesday. Her other campaign partner, Veronika Tsepkalo, is now in Ukraine.