Anytime car rental service has temporarily stopped working in Belarus. This is stated in the letter, which on Thursday, August 13, was sent to users on behalf of the company.
“We cannot continue to work in this situation. Therefore, our cars are temporarily unavailable for rent, ”the letter says.
At the moment, the Anytime application does not display cars for rent in Minsk.
Protest actions began in Belarus after the presidential elections on August 9. Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko won 80.23% of the vote, while his opponent Svetlana Tikhanovskaya won 9.9%.
Its headquarters did not recognize the results of the vote.
After that, people who disagreed with the election results began to take to the streets. They were opposed by the security forces. In the clashes, there are casualties on both sides.
On August 12, in Brest, the police opened fire to kill the protesters who attacked them with rebar. According to the Belarusian Interior Ministry, about 700 people were detained for participating in unauthorized actions in Belarus that day.