The organizer "Russian March" Yuri Gorsky said "the Tape.ru" that the city authorities agreed to hold the event in Lublin.
"All approved, as we have said, in addition to the concert," said he.
Previously, the city rejected several bids to host events in the Day of national unity. According to Gorsky, November 1, at the meeting in Moscow city court on the case of another organizer of the March of nationalists Dmitry Demushkin was going to announce a "plan B". Gorsky also planned to organize November 4 "walk without paraphernalia" around the Kremlin.
21 Oct Presnensky court put the leader of the banned in Russia, the nationalist movement "Russian" Demushkin under house arrest. The defence appealed this decision.
Demushkin accused of extremism. One of the official reasons for the tightening of his remand was filed by him application to conduct "Russian March". Investigators believe that his participation in the event could trigger other crimes.
"Russian March" rallies, meetings and concerts of the representatives of nationalist movements and organizations, dedicated to the Day of national unity on 4 November. The first event was held in Central Moscow in 2009. Later, similar events were held in Saint-Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Vologda, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk and other cities of Russia.