Kobakhidze today gave a short telephone interview to Georgia's Imedi television from Kyiv.
Also, Poland's PAP news agency reports Belarusian police released lawmaker Jaroslaw Jagiello of the Truth and Justice ruling party.
Jagiello was also detained on the night of March 20 on charges of attending an opposition rally in Minsk. Jagiello spoke to RFE/RL Belarus Service about his detention.
"We were put in to the car by force,” he said. “All contacts were forbidden, they did not allow us to talk. They took away mobile phones. They did not allow us to contact with Polish Consul and with a translator who could have helped us because we did not understand everything."
Authorities have asked the Polish parliamentarian to leave Belarus.
(with additional material from Imedi TV, Civil Georgia, PAP, Belapan)
DEMONSTRATIONS CONTINUE: On March 21, the opposition protests in Minsk continued, although the crowds dwindled as authorities began arresting and intimidating some demonstrators. RFE/RL's Belarus Service is reporting continuously from October Square and filed these images.
Young and old alike were on hand for the rally on March 21 (RFE/RL)
Opposition leader Alyaksandr Milinkevich (right), who took 6 percent of the March 19 vote according to official figures, speaks to supporters (RFE/RL)
Demonstrators huddled in tents and drank tea to keep warm (RFE/RL)
Temperatures have been below freezing since the beginning of the protests with intermittent snowfall (RFE/RL)
As night fell, diehard protesters pledged to continue their vigil on the square, reiterating their calls for a new election (RFE/RL)