The activists of Serbia's Youth Initiative (YI) laid flowers outside the Belarus embassy in Belgrade in support of people in that country who protest against President Alexander Lukashenko's new presidential mandate.
They said there was no friendship with Lukashenko who "sacrifices lives and civil freedoms to rule forever.
YI also said that the democratic countries considered Belarus "as the last dictatorship in Europe," and condemned what they said were rigged elections, as well as brutal police violence during the protests after the vote.
"We're ashamed when President (Aleksandar) Vucic's says 'Lukashenko is one of a few Serbia's friends.' The friendships in life and international relations are built on shared values, and we have nothing in common with Lukashenko," YI added.
They requested from Vucic and Serbia's Government to cancel the scheduled meeting between Vucic and Lukashenko and the joint military exercise and instead join the international initiative under the European Union leadership to find the democratic and peaceful end to the crisis caused by the forged election.