Ministry of Foreign Affairs Calls attention to Japanese for level 1 hazard information in Hong Kong | NHK News
In response to protests in Hong Kong, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is very cautious in order to avoid danger by issuing “Level 1” danger information to Japanese residents in Hong Kong.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Level 1 danger information in Hong Kong Calling attention to Japanese people August 15 0:45
In response to protests in Hong Kong, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is calling on Japanese people staying in Hong Kong to provide “Level 1” danger information and to be cautious to avoid danger.
Following a protest in Hong Kong, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued “Level 1” risk information to Japanese staying in Hong Kong tonight.
“Level 1” is the least dangerous of the four levels, but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, when going out, tries to obtain the latest security information, confirms the safety of the destination, and protests, conflicts, quarrels In order to avoid dangers, such as never approaching the place, we are calling for caution.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this is the first time that Hong Kong has been returned to China in 1997, when danger information was issued to Hong Kong.