Berlin, Sep 9: German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Monday said he is expected to hold talks with Joshua Wong, pro-democracy Hong Kong activists, as he was prepared already post the release of the activists from the police custody.
According to Reuters, Maas said he was acknowledged about Wong’s release and that the activist was on his way to Berlin, the German capital, adding, there might be chances to hold face-to-face dialogues with him later on Monday.
On Monday, Wong was released from police custody, reportedly after violating bail conditions following his detention in August, charged along with numerous other prominent dissents for participating and inciting an anti-government demonstration.
Pro-democracy protests have paralyzed Hong Kong in its greatest way in decades. Dissents have been demonstrating against a controversial extradition bill that would permit suspects in the Chinese ruled city to be sent to mainland China for court prosecution.