A German foreign media source said on November 15 that two German citizens were arrested in Hong Kong, but he did not disclose the identity of the arrested person.
The source also stated that the German Consulate-General in Hong Kong is in contact with lawyers and relevant government departments and provides consular services to the arrested.
Police and civilian conflicts occurred around 10:45 pm on the 14th in Tuen Mun city center. Police said that at about 9 pm, the officers found a group of demonstrators gathered at the junction of Tuen Mun Heung Siu Wai Road and Tai Wan Road. They then proceeded to disperse the operation. They then intercepted two separate bus junctions at Tsuen Wan Street. 23-year-old foreign man.
The police said that after the investigation, the 22-year-old foreign man was arrested for illegal assembly and violation of the Prohibition of Masks Regulation. Another 23-year-old foreign man was arrested for illegal assembly.
French media reported on the 16th that the two arrested persons were German students. The German “Bild” (Bild) said that the two were exchange students at Lingnan University, but the school did not comment.