Indian and Chinese troops had been locked in a stand-off for over two months last year in the Doklam area near Sikkim before "disengaging" on August 28.
The 73-day long standoff ended on August 28 last year after China agreed to halt the road building activities at Dokalam in Sikkim Section.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said that Dokalam, over which Bhutan also claims sovereignty, is Chinese territory and said China is building facilities in the area.
Doklam standoff: Important to not change status quo at sensitive points at India-China border, says Indian envoy
The 73-day standoff at Doklam in Sikkim where Chinese military attempted to build a road close to Chicken Neck corridor has sparked a new round of tensions at the border.
Wang's visit to New Delhi is the first by a top Chinese official to India after the 73-day Dokalam standoff and after the commencement of the second five-year term of President Xi Jinping.
By K J M Varma Beijing, Oct 22 (PTI) The 73-day-long Dokalam standoff was "safely resolved" after several rounds of talks with India, a top Chinese ...
Troops of India and China were locked in a 73-day-long standoff in Dokalam since June 16 after the Indian side stopped the building of a road in the disputed area by the Chinese Army.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Gopal Baglay told reporters here that New Delhi has been in "close contact" with the Bhutan government on the unfolding developments.