Reports of dispersal of protesters come from Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude and Khabarovsk.
About 60 people came to the central square of Irkutsk. There are arrests.
Several people were detained in Tomsk. One of them is a girl who came to the rally with a banner “No [Роскомнадзор]”.
Many came out with posters “No mobilization.” Women demand not to touch their husbands, sons and brothers.
In Novosibirsk, a police riot police came out to disperse the action.
According to OVD-Info, since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, about 16,500 people have been detained at various anti-war actions in Russia.
WSJ journalist Matthew Laxmore suggests that in light of the amendments to the Russian Criminal Code on draft evasion, the punishment for participating in anti-mobilization actions can be very serious.