China on Wednesday again urged Britain to immediately stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs.
Police are set to let traffic flow again at protest sites in a busy area of Hong Kong after clearing lanes at two of three sites in an orderly and violence-free operation.
Queesway of Admiralty, in Hong Kong's city center, which had been blocked by Occupy Central protesters, was re-opened to traffic on Tuesday around 2 pm local time, following a clear-up of barricades by the Police.
Hong Kong police said they are ready to remove barricades and restore traffic to two main roads blockaded by protesters for more than two weeks.
Police started removing barricades set up by the Occupy protesters on both sides of Hong Kong's harbor Monday morning as the movement entered its third week.
A group of people against the "Occupy Central" movement in Hong Kong have initiated an assembly to gather people's signatures to demand demonstrators leave the streets.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying maintained that the city government will not talk to student protesters "for the sake of talking".
The former and last Portuguese governor of Macao Vasco Rocha Vieira said that political stability is vital for Hong Kong's development, as well as well being.
A maritime research vessel capsized near Taiwan's outlying islands of Penghu late Friday, leaving two killed and dozens injured, according to Taiwan's transport authority on Saturday.
China stresses that no foreign government, organization or individual has the right to get involved in Hong Kong's affairs, which are a purely internal matter for China.
The Hong Kong government has shelved highly anticipated talks with student leaders after the latter pledged to continue or even escalate disruptions to the public.
Australian police have arrested six men from China's Taiwan on Friday in Perth in a record-breaking drug bust.