Bintang Papua, 5 October 2010 [Abridged in translation] No separatism in Papua, says military commander According to the military commander of the Cenderawasih Command, there are no separatist groups functioning in Papua any more, Security can therefore be left to the police, with the army providing back-up when called upon to do so, said Major-General Hotma Marbun. 'If there were any separatists, we would crush them,' he said. He was speaking on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the Cenderawasih military command, he said. Asked about the 'Papua Peace Force' which has been announced by Forkorus Yoboisembut, chairman of DAP, the Papuan Traditional Council, Hotma said: 'There is no such thing. I dont know anything about it. If it did exist, it wouldn't mean anything. They are using the word peace, aren't they?' A message was read out on behalf of the commander of the Indonesian armed forces Admiral Agus Suhartono. He said that reflecting the emerging global framework strategy and Indonesia's national interests, the country is facing a number of threats to its national security including security in South Maluku, terrorism, separatism, violations of its borders, natural disasters, illegal activities (no mention about what these are), horizontal conflicts and a lack of energy resources. In the context of the strategic environment, he said that Indonesia faces the threat of global warming and continual endeavours together with all components to safeguard the integrity of NKRI, the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. He then said that the armed forces would continue to pursue the process of reformasi.