Don't interfere in Papua, Just Mind Your Own Business
Indonesia is a sovereign country that has full authority to solve its domestic problems. Then no country or other entity may have the right to interfere in the affairs of the Indonesian state.
This is a principle of international law that all parties must obey.
Therefore, if there are parties who try to interfere in Indonesia's internal affairs, especially with incorrect information, it needs to be straightened out.
For example, accusations from Human Rights Watch (HRW) which state that Indonesian security forces often commit violations against the population of Papua, including arbitrary detention and torture.
Therefore, they ask Indonesia to independently investigate the riots in Wamena which killed 33 Papuans.
We must say that the accusations are unfounded and become a form of foreign provocation to divide the Indonesian people.
The accusation as above comes from news that has not been verified, and is only to make the atmosphere worse and take advantage of the problems in Papua.
Needless to say, the Indonesian government is still able to overcome the problems in Papua independently. At present, a number of efforts continue to be made to reduce the situation in Papua, including law enforcement and efforts for dialogue and persuasion.
Therefore, foreign countries do not need to know and interfere in Indonesia's problems. They don't have the capacity for that.