But now China said that it had already informed India about the road construction activity at Dokalam on the border, as well as repeated the demand to remove Indian soldiers from there.
The soldiers of India and China have stood in front of each other for a long time in Dokalm area of Bhutan, near Sikkim, India.
India's actions are not only a serious encroachment of Chinese territory, but a challenge to regional peace and stability and normal worldwide order, it added.
The writer also alleged that India is illegally occupying large swathes of Chinese territory and fears that the Chinese army would retake it. In the document, China rejected India's argument that road construction in India, China and Bhutan's Trisima (where the boundaries of the three countries meet) is a serious threat to the security of New Delhi.
The foreign ministry stressed that China and Bhutan have "basic consensus on the actual state of the border area and the alignment of their boundary", following 24 rounds of boundary talks.
The statement also said India has no right to interfere as the border issue is between China and Bhutan. It cited a "non-paper" which, Beijing claims, was provided by the Indian side during the meeting of the working teams of the Special Representatives on China-India Boundary Question in May 2006.
However, New Delhi dismissed Beijing's claims saying that India has not reduced its troops in Doklam.
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China has again urged India to immediately withdraw its troops who trespassed into the Chinese territory of Sikkim sector violating historical boundary convention.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry told PTI that during his talks with Doval, Yang also "urged India to respect China's territorial sovereignty, the worldwide law and the basic rules governing global relations and immediately pull back the trespassing India border troops to the Indian side of the boundary with no strings attached and resolve the current incident with concrete actions".
Du Youkang, director of the Centre for South Asia Studies at Fudan University, said dialogue between the two sides had continued throughout the dispute and neither wanted the row to escalate.
Asserting that it will continue to work with Bhutan to resolve the boundary issue between the two countries through negotiations and consultations in the absence of external interference, China said the Dong Lang (Doklam) area has all along been under its continuous and effective jurisdiction. Meanwhile, reacting to the Chinese Foreign Ministry statement, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) hinted at the fact that for any meaningful discussion between the two, peace and tranquillity have to be maintained in the border areas.
The foreign ministry warned that "no country should ever underestimate the resolve of the Chinese government and people to defend China's territorial sovereignty".
It reiterated China's stand that its government "will take all necessary measures" to safeguard its rights and interests.
This show of strength is being projected by Beijing as a warning to India by China to back off from its objection to China constructing a road at the Doklam tri-junction.