According to PAP, Morawiecki will hold a conversation with Michel later tonight to discuss the details of the sanctions, specifically banning Belarusian carriers from the European Union airspace in response to the incident.
The Telegram channel of Lukashenko's press service said the president had given the order to divert the flight.
In Greece, where the flight started its journey, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tweeted: "The forced landing of a commercial plane to detain a journalist is an unprecedented, shocking act". On the ground, security agents arrested Roman Protasevich, founder of the social media news channel, NEXTA, which played a crucial role in the protests last summer.
Belarusian authorities said there were 123 passengers on the plane, which resumed its trip to Vilnius later Sunday.
The aircraft, flying from Athens to Vilnius, had nearly reached Lithuania when it changed direction and was escorted to the Belarusian capital of Minsk amid reports that it had explosives on board, according to an online flight tracker and state news agency BelTA.
Once the plane had landed, Roman Protasevich, 26, a critic and opponent of the country's President Alexander Lukashenko, who was on board, was detained.
The president of the European Union Commission Ursula Von Der Leyen called the move to divert the flight "utterly unacceptable" and warned it must bear consequences.
NEXTA reported: 'Protasevich was on board a flight heading from Athens to Vilnius. "Any violation of worldwide air transport rules must bear consequences".
Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, who like Protasevich operates from Lithuania, called on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to kick Belarus out of the organisation. It made no mention of Protasevich in the statement.
The two bloggers - both now based in Poland - were added to the list based on earlier charges of causing mass unrest, an offence that can lead to up to 15 years in jail. The plane was then escorted by a Belarusian fighter jet to a Minsk airport.
Belarus's 'regime is behind this, ' Mr Nauseda said on Twitter.
The opposition believes that Tikhanovskaya, who fled to neighbouring Lithuania after the election, was the true victor of last year's presidential vote.
A spokeswoman for state company "Lithuanian airports", Lina Beisine, told AFP that Minsk airport said the flight was redirected "due to a conflict between a member of the crew and the passengers".
There was no immediate reaction from Ryanair.
The historic Belarus protests, which left at least four people dead, have now subsided, but journalists and activists continue to receive prison sentences in the aftermath.