Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has declared that his country will not change its political or economic course.
He emphasized that his government would work on refining the current model, without any cardinal shocks to the system.
Lukashenko will commence his fourth term in office as president, after receiving almost 80 percent of the vote in Sunday's elections, securing a first-round victory.
The opposition has called the elections falsified. Head of the OSCE monitors mission Tony Lloyd has said that the elections were not transparent, whereas CIS monitors have recognized them as democratic and legitimate.