The United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) plans to open a government branch office in the neighbouring Papua New Guinean capital of Port Moresby along with diplomacy offices to be based in Europe and the United Kingdom.
In a New Year message from interim president Benny Wenda, he has confirmed a strategic office reshuffle around the world.
"The headquarters will be based inside West Papua, and the international office in Port Vila," he said in the statement.
"We are opening a government branch in Port Moresby, and our diplomatic coordination offices will be based in the UK and Europe.
"This is another step in our long road to reclaiming the sovereignty stolen from us by Indonesia in 1963.
"With the formation of our constitution, provisional government, cabinet and Green State Vision, all Indonesian laws in West Papua are over."
Wenda said the Indonesian presence was "totally illegal, and totally redundant".
"With our clandestine government departments operating within our borders, all West Papuans and Indonesian migrants working under our jurisdiction are now governed by the ULMWP," said Wenda.
The West Papua military wing and any organisation affiliated to the West Papua National Coalition for Liberation, the West Papua National Parliament, or the Federal Republic of West Papua – the three constituent organisations within the ULMWP – were automatically considered part of the provisional government.
"Everyone must respect our constitution, whether you are inside West Papua or part of our international solidarity networks. The world must trust us and our constitution – we want peace for all in the region and internationally, and to democratically govern ourselves," Wenda said.
"I encourage all NGOs, churches and religious leaders, every West Papuan inside and in exile, to unite and pray for the provisional government. Support everyone within the government working to end our long suffering and complete our 60 year struggle."
Wenda said the demands to the Indonesian President in 2022 remained those that had been first issued during the West Papua Uprising in 2019:
1. Hold a referendum on West Papuan independence;
2. Allow international supervision of any referendum;
3. Allow the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights into West Papua in accordance with the demand of 84 UN member states;
4. Withdraw all troops from West Papua, including the 21,000 additional troops deployed since December 2018, and end the Indonesian military's illegal war;
5. Release all political prisoners, including Victor Yeimo and the "Abepura Eight"; and
6. Allow all international journalists and human rights, humanitarian and monitoring groups into West Papua to visit internally-displaced people in Nduga, Puncak, Intan Jaya, Oksibil, Maybrat and elsewhere.
"In 2022, we will redouble all efforts in our long struggle for the liberation of our nation," Wenda said.
"We will peacefully bring an end to this bloodshed."