They protested in a rather strange way - they led dances and sang songs.

The video of the "protest" action was posted on the Internet.

A women's action against mobilization took place in the central square of Yakutsk, Russia.

It was attended by about 400 people, the slogans "No war" and "No genocide" were heard.

Both men and women were detained, their number is not known.

At the same time, after the anti-mobilization shouts, the women began to lead dances and sing songs, thereby blessing their husbands for the war and for them to return home alive.

The publication reported on the bus of detainees and assessed the actions of the police as "aggressive".

We will remind you that 

Ukrainian prisoners of war can be forcibly mobilized in the Russian Federation.

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