However, protesters against the Islamisation of Europe have also organized a gathering in the Slovak capital on the same day.
“We would be pleased if this event was not about confrontation and shouting from one side,” Martin Dubéci of Plea for Humanity told the Sme daily. “Contrary, we want to show a positive attitude [towards migrants] in a nice and kind city.”
He went on to say that he did not fear clashes between two groups because the anti-migrant demonstration’s path does not cross the location of the pro-migrant event which will take place in Hviezdoslavovo square.
The cultural event will be supported by numerous cafes in Bratislava, which will provide free refreshments for participants. Organisers have called on them to "decorate" the city with the Plea for Humanity group's heart-shaped logo.
Sme writes that Slovak President Andrej Kiska might join the event. However this has not been confirmed or denied by the organisers or by Kiska’s office.
11. Sep 2015 at 0:13 | Compiled by Spectator staff