The Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) in the 21st Summit in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, rejected the application for full membership of Papuan separatist groups into the group.
"On any basis, there is clearly no room for separatist groups," said Director General for Asia Pacific and Africa Ministry of Foreign Affairs Desra Percaya through press release received by Antara in Jakarta on Thursday.
He said it was not the first time that separatists had tried to improve their status in MSG. Earlier at the 2016 Special Summit in Honiara, Solomon Islands, the group also filed a similar case and failed.
At this meeting in Port Moresby, a number of MSG leaders again questioned the group's wish to become a member, including the judgment that this group does not deserve to be a full member of MSG. The discussion in "Leader's Retreat" format agrees with the existing guiding line of the membership and returns the application of the separatist group to the secretariat.
The leaders also requested that the MSG Secretariat formulate rules and criteria on membership.
"The results of the 2015 MSG Summit clearly confirm that the presence of these separatist groups in this group is merely as one of the reviewers representing a small group of separatists who are domiciled abroad," said Desra.
Consequently, with consensus decision making and strong support from friendly nations in the MSG who respect and uphold the principles and objectives of the organization, particularly with regard to respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, the application of membership by such groups will always face a dead end and it is impossible realized.
In addition, the revised MSG formation principles of 2015 also confirm that MSG members are required to respect sovereignty and not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.
"The statement of separatist groups claiming to be the official representatives of the Papuan community in MSG is certainly very unfair to the 3.9 million people of Papua and West Papua provinces," he said.
In this meeting, the Indonesian government also expressed its commitment to be a strong partner for MSG member countries in realizing the vision of MSG 2038 Prosperity for All, a 25-year plan for improving the welfare of communities in the Melanesian sub-region.
"Indonesia reaffirms its commitment to encourage development, improving the welfare and security of the Melanesian sub-region under the leadership of Papua New Guinea in MSG," said Desra.
MSG is an organization composed of countries in the sub-region of Melanesia, namely Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and FLNKS of New Caledonia. Previously, Indonesia has been accepted as an Associate Member at the 20th MSG Summit in Honiara in 2015 during the Chairmanship of the Solomon Islands.
The 21st round of the 21st MSG Summit concludes with delegation visits to the PNG parliament and APEC Haus on 15 February, as part of the preparation for the 2014 PNG Chair in APEC.

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