Present at the meeting are five Hong Kong government officials and five students representing a student organization taking part in a 23-day-long Occupy Central movement.
Hong Kong's High Court in ordered protesters to clear roads at an illegal assembly site in Mong Kok - the demonstrators' only remaining protest site in Kowloon.
A tracking poll showed 68 percent of Hong Kong people are against the illegal assemblies that halted traffic on thoroughfares as approval for authorities and police is rising.
A tracking poll showed approval for authorities and police is rising in Hong Kong as protesters are losing sympathy with the wider public.
Hong Kong Chief Executive CY Leung said on Sunday that China's central authorities are fully aware of Hong Kong's situation and have expressed confidence in him and the Hong Kong government to tackle the Occupy Central movement.
Visiting Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi has reaffirmed that the affairs of Hong Kong fall within China's domestic affairs, in which no countries have the right to interfere.
Police condemned attempts by protesters to charge police cordon lines, saying such acts undermine public order and threaten the safety of everybody.
Hong Kong's police chief on Saturday condemned Occupy protesters for undermining the rule of law after they regained a protest area which had been previously cleared by police.
Hong Kong police says 26 people were arrested and at least 15 police officers injured after a night of clashes between police and protesters.
Commuters in Hong Kong plagued by traffic disruptions triggered by 20 days of illegal sit-ins cheered Friday as police reopened key roads.
Detectives from Hong Kong's Narcotics Bureau have seized 51 kilograms of the drug ice in the northern New Territories, local police said on Friday.
Talks with student protest leaders may be started by the Hong Kong government as early as next week to discuss political reform in the city. University heads may help mediate the discussions.