The plane of the Belarusian president landed this morning in Sochi, in southern Russia, where Alexander Lukashenko will have talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The two leaders will have their first face-to-face meeting in Sochi after the disputed presidential elections that took place in Belarus on August 9.
Putin had congratulated Lukashenko on his victory but later said that the elections were not ideal.
The Ministry of Interior Affairs of Belarus announced today that the riot police arrested 774 protesters who participated in the anti-government demonstrations in Belarus, of which 500 were arrested in Minsk.
At least 100,000 protesters and up to 150,000, according to observers, took to the streets of Minsk on Sunday to protest against Lukashenko.