The local authorities will reopen the bus station in the Belarusian agro-town of Dousk (Homiel region), activist Alyaxei Pavlouski told Belsat.
After our TV channel aired a news story about the local, but important problem, representatives of Rahachou District Executive Committee visited Dousk and made concessions, the activist stressed.
As reported earlier, the bus station was closed due to low passenger traffic. Last year, the station building was sold at auction. Residents of the neighborhood complained about the closure of the station to the head of Belarus, wrote an appeal to US president Donald Trump (they jokingly asked him to provide them with a bench, trash can and wigwam) and contacted Belsat TV journalists over the situation.
The building will be opened again on March 13. It was shut down on February 18, and the residents of Dousk have to wait for their bus in the cold. Every day 31 buses depart from here. People also express outrage over the lack of litter bins at the bus station. In addition, the toilet was closed, which causes great inconvenience.