In a conversation with TK NHK, the opposition said: "The demonstrations that we hold every day put enough pressure [on the authorities]."
As for her return to the country, according to Tikhanovskaya, she will decide to come back only when she feels safe.
"My heart is with the people of Belarus," the politician emphasized.
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