Britain's House of Commons foreign affairs committee plans to visit Taiwan in November or early December, despite rising tensions in the region.

According to the report of APA's Great Britain office, "Guardian" publication wrote about it.

It was mentioned in the news that the visit was initially planned for the beginning of this year, but the positive result of one of the members of the delegation led to the postponement of the visit.

It should be noted that relations between official London and Beijing are currently deteriorating.

Last week, Conservative leadership candidates Liz Trass and Rishi Sunak expressed their hardline stance on China.

Foreign Minister Liz Truss has called on Western countries in recent months to ensure Taiwan can defend itself against China.

In June, he said in an interview that Great Britain should provide arms to Taiwan.

It should be noted that his comment surprised some of his colleagues.