The European Union's foreign ministers will consider sanctions against Belarus at their meeting in Brussels on Monday, Ria Novosti reports.
The sanctions are for the last Presidential elections in Belarus, which were held with obvious violations.
More than 600 people were arrested - many after being beaten - when they took to the streets to protest the re-election of authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko in December that the opposition called rigged. Most were held for up to 15 days and were then released, but some are still jailed.
The European Parliament recently adopted a resolution calling for immediate sanctions including a travel ban and asset freeze for Lukashenko, who has ruled the country with an iron rod since 1994, and over 100 other officials.