"China's determination and resolve to safeguard national security and sovereignty is unshakable", Wu said at a news conference to mark the upcoming 90th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army.
"Shaking a mountain is hard", Senior Colonel Wu Qian of the PLA said in a message to India, adding: "Shaking the PLA is even more hard".
New Delhi also says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Indian troops moved in to the flashpoint zone to halt the work, with China accusing them of violating its territorial sovereignty and calling for their immediate withdrawal.
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"We strongly urge the Indian side to take concrete measures to correct its errors and put an end to its provocative acts, and join with the Chinese side to jointly maintain peace and stability in border areas", he added, reported India Today. "We are not going to speculate on such matters", he said when asked if the Pentagon fears the tension may escalate between India and China. "We want that if a dialogue is held, and if talks are to be held, then both the countries should withdraw their troops", External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told Rajya Sabha on Thursday. The 90-year history of the PLA has proved but one thing- that our military means to secure our country's sovereignty and territorial integrity has strengthened and our determination has never wavered.
The standoff 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 PLA troops building a road in the strategic location close to chicken neck tri-junction.
It is expected to be taken up again when Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval visits Beijing for another security forum on Thursday and Friday.
However, China's foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang on Monday said that talks between India and China on the Sikkim row is unlikely.
The standoff between India and China in Donglang region figured in Nepal's Parliament on Monday, with lawmakers raising the issue and asking the government to make clear its position on the matter without any delay.
Chinese spokesman further warned India to abandon any impractical illusions.