In Ulan-Ude, the police raided the Olkhon shopping center to find those who are subject to mobilization. About this writes the publication "People of Baikal" with reference to eyewitnesses.
According to them, the police officers began to “clean up” the building from the first floor and reached the last, fourth. They ordered both visitors and male sellers to remain in their places until their identity was ascertained. In the fitness room, which is located on the top floor, the police blocked the exits so that no one could leave the premises.
According to People of Baikal, several people were detained. The exact number is not reported.
Buryatia is one of the leaders among Russian regions in terms of the number of mobilized. According to The Insider's source, the mobilization hit the small villages of the republic especially hard: “They are scratching the villages. People write that they take a lot of men, regardless of the criteria. There are 400 people in our village, and 20 men were taken away.”