He made the statement at a press conference after holding a trilateral meeting with Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong and Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya at his office here on Monday.

"Indonesia has offered a way of settling the problem which was accepted by both countries at a foreign ministerial level, namely through a `package solution` approach," Marty said.

He said the approach does not require a party to step forward quicker before the other catches up but offers settlement through a synergic process.

"If we consider it a process the chance to make achievement is open wider," he said while adding that the discussion had gone dynamically and interactively.

Marty said settlement measures were identified and grouped into clusters which would be referred to the two countries for reaching the settlement of the case.

He said the concept would be submitted by the foreign ministers concerned to their respective heads of state.

"In short, we are now just waiting for an official response from the governments concerned," he said.

Thailand and Cambodia were recently involved in arms clashes recently over their border dispute.