BEIJING: China on Wednesday claimed that it has a "basic consensus" with Bhutan on the boundary and there is no dispute between two countries in the Doklam area, the center of the current Sino-India military dispute.
The stand-off between troops of India and China at Doklam area started after Bhutan, which has close diplomatic and military ties with India, protested to Beijing about the People's Liberation Army troops building a road in the strategic location close to the 'Chicken's Neck' tri-junction.
Vinit Joshi - 13 hours ago
Bhutan Govt please reply and India on its part should never ever join OBOR
Why is Bhutan so quiet? Why doesnt Bhutan come up with an official statement on this matter to shut Chinese up?
Chinese have become liars like Pakistanis
We appear to be losing the propoganda war to the Chinese. We ought to get Bhutan to step up to nail the lies!
Chinese are no. one liar. I don't understand why Chinese are so obsessed to prove world that they are on right side. If they have ability as claimed, they should fight for it.
Chinese trying to use thw divide n rule policy
Darkstar - 11 hours ago
if doklam belongs to China and Bhutan agrees to it then why did Bhutan protest in the first place.
first open ur eyes chingiss ...with tiny eyes u can't see the reality...
Should India claim now that Beijing belongs to India since ancient times?
China claims historical boundaries. by that logic China ends within great wall of China...
China says Doklam was part of China since ancient times. What about Kailash Mansarovar? Was it part of India or China since 'Ancient' times?