China on Thursday rejected India's allegation that there were increasing border-crossing incidents by Chinese military forces.
"We cannot accept such an allegation and expect relevant Indian figures and media be responsible and do something good for bilateral ties," Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said at a regular press briefing.
The China-India border has never been officially determined although leaders of both sides say the matter is among the top ten priorities concerning bilateral ties.
China will, through negotiations, strive for a fair and reasonable solution with India, Qin said.
He added that both sides must strive to implement the consensus reached by their leaders, and jointly preserve stability and peace in the border region.
Indian media reported earlier this week that India would add troops and build infrastructure, including airports, along the border with China.
(Xinhua News Agency June 11, 2009)