- Bratislava competes for the EMA with 19 different cities in the European Union. FT predicts that Bratislava and Milan are the most probable winners.
- 900 qualified employees work in the EMA. More than 72 percent of them consider leaving the agency if they are forced to move to Bratislava.
- 250 employees signed a letter which expressed the fear that the rights of LGBT couples would not be respected in Slovakia. There are about 70 LGBT employees working for EMA.
- According to the Slovak constitution, a marriage is a bond between a man and a woman.