Earlier reports said that Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko had summoned the ambassador to Minsk for consultations.
"The ambassador will possibly leave for Minsk tonight. He was going to leave earlier, but the backlog of work delayed him. These are routine consultations," a spokesman for the Belarussian embassy said.
The diplomatic representation made it clear that Grigoryev's trip to Minsk was not linked to the situation around Russian gas supplies to Belarus.