The asset freezes and travel bans were implemented on Friday following an EU ambassadors’ agreement earlier this week that came in response to “violent repression and intimidation of peaceful demonstrators, opposition members, and journalists,” according to a press release.
Lukashenko’s son and national security adviser, Viktor, is among those targeted by the new measures.
Among the others hit with sanctions are Lukashenko’s chief of staff, the head of the country’s KGB secret service, and the president’s press officer.
The EU rejected the August 9 election results and said it does not regard Lukashenko as the legitimate president.
Mass protests rocked the former Soviet republic following the contentious August 9 presidential election that protesters alleged was rigged.