Minsk subway tokens temporarily restricted the sale of admission.
"In 20-30 tokens in hand, we will not sell. Within reason, please buy, 5 coins give. We must ensure that people travel in forward and reverse. Need more trips — take a card" — said the chief of the Minsk subway Gregory Yakimkov.
Yakimov said that high demand has been observed for about a week, some passengers buy a few dozen coins.
He also noted that it may be related to the information that appeared in the media about the upcoming increase in fares on public transport from 700 to 850 rubles.
At the same time Metro spokesman stressed that there is no shortage of coins, they have enough of them.