Minsk police refused to confirm reports of the use of stun grenades and water cannons

the Press service GUVD of the capital of Belarus said that has no information on the use of water cannons and stun grenades against protesters.

According to the spokesman, the Agency also has no information about injured or detained activists.

Informed that the police used against the crowd in the streets of Minsk people water cannons and stun grenades, according to eyewitnesses. In addition, the social networks published a video showing their use.

Also, the media reported about powerful explosions at the intersection of Masherau Avenue and Storozhovskaya street, after which he rose in the air a cloud of smoke.

we will Remind, on Sunday, Belarus held presidential elections. The victory, according to preliminary data of the CEC, was won by the incumbent country leader Alexander Lukashenko more than 80% of the votes, his rival Svetlana Tikhanovski, according to official estimates received 7%. In Minsk and other cities of the country began protests and clashes with law enforcement officers.