He hoped that every party involved would willingly lend a hand to realize what has been initiated in the past.
"What has been initiated cannot be completed if conflicts keep getting in the way and causing disruption in peace and security," said the Minister during a meeting with religious, academic and public figures in Jayapura, on Thursday.
He further said President Joko Widodo would like to have a wholehearted dialogue with the citizens of Papua in order to find out their hopes and concerns.
The President has indicated his resolve to develop Papua by visiting the province, which he has done four times.
"We shall build peace in Papua, I believe that it is not hard to ease and tame our hearts," said the Coordinating Minister, while introducing his companions, which included Coordinating Maritime Minister Luhut Pandjaitan, Australias Attorney General George Brandis and the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Paul Gripson.
The two Australian officials were invited to directly observe the situation and conditions of the public in Papua, including ones in the area bordering Indonesia and Papua New Guineas Skouw city.
Wiranto hoped that the Attorney General in particular could find an answer for all the negative reports regarding Papua that have been circulating overseas, as he was able to observe the current conditions for himself.
There are quite a lot of negative reports about Papua, both on security and human rights violations, and Wiranto hoped that with the Australian officials visit to the location would set the record straight.
Both the Coordinating Ministers, along with the two Australian officials, visited the cross-border post construction project in the city of Skouw during their time in Jayapura.(WDY)