Belarus is fast-tracking the cases of 11 Russians who were detained in Minsk last Sunday during opposition protests against the re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko.
All are to re-appear in court Monday.
According to Russian consular officers, none has complaints about prison conditions.
Official final counts gave Lukashenko nearly 80 percent.
The opposition accused his campaign of rigging and instigated riots.
Some 640 of the rioters found themselves behind bars.