Belorussian parliamentary delegation submitted to President Alexander Lukashenko the proposal concerning the possible recognition of independence of two Georgian breakaway regions, RIA Novosti news agency reported on Thursday.
The delegation has visited Abkhaia and Southern Ossetia last year and submitted the cautious proposal now, the report said.
"Now it's up to the president to make a decision," Sergei Maskevich, head of Belarus' parliamentary commission for international affairs said.
Earlier, Belarus' parliament intended to make the decision itself.
Russia recognized their independence after brief armed conflict with Georgia in August 2008.
Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Nauru are the only states which recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia as independent states, RIA Novosti said.