The Chinese delegation has not been allowed to have the last glimpse of the Queen.

London :

The Chinese

 delegation will not be allowed to see Queen Elizabeth II in Parliament on Monday, the day of her funeral in

London

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Reuters has given this information according to the BBC report

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Some lawmakers had expressed concern over the invitation of the delegation from China.

China has banned several British lawmakers for criticizing human rights violations in the Xinjiang region.

China denies human rights violations in Xinjiang.   

The BBC, without naming the source, said the Chinese government delegation is understood to have been barred from the last visits of the Queen to the British Parliament.

Earlier, the Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament had refused to allow the Chinese delegation to enter Westminster Hall.

This was done because of Chinese sanctions.  

The speaker's office declined to comment on the issue.

The House of Commons said it does not comment on security issues.  

A spokeswoman for Prime Minister Liz Truss said it was up to Buckingham Palace how to prepare the guest list, but this was done in consultation with the foreign ministry.

According to tradition, guests are invited from countries with which Britain has diplomatic relations.   


Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning told a briefing in China that she had not yet seen the report.