"We urge the Australian Government to transfer the men to mainland Australia where their claims can be processed".
"The offer has been restated, we thank New Zealand for making that offer, we are not taking it up at this time", he said.
Ms Ardern has reiterated the NZ offer, first made under John Key's centre-right National government to Australia's previous Labor government in 2013.
New Zealand's prime minister on Friday repeated her country's offer to take up to 150 refugees from an Australian immigration camp in Papua New Guinea, where more than 600 weakened men are continuing a standoff with authorities.
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"Australia deny to give our fundamental rights such as water and food", said Adam.
It wants those who are refusing to leave the Manus site to move to alternative accommodation on the island, but the men say they are afraid for their safety, and the UNHCR has questioned whether the accommodation is ready.
Colville joined the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in warning of an "unfolding humanitarian emergency" in the centre where asylum seekers began digging wells on Thursday to try to find water as their food supplies dwindled. Among them are about 90 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, about 200 men from Iran, and others from Afghanistan, Somalia and Pakistan.
For four years, Australia has paid Papua New Guinea, its nearest neighbor, and Nauru to house asylum seekers who attempt to reach the Australian coast by boat.
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Her Australian counterpart, Malcolm Turnbull, however said Canberra preferred to work through an existing refugee swap deal he negotiated with former U.S. President Barack Obama a year ago.
Ms Ardern said on Sunday she understood the Turnbull government had prioritised the United States agreement, but described her own offer as "genuine". "They are starving and their bodies are getting weak". "You can't keep political hostages".
Under that deal, up to 1,250 asylum seekers could be sent to the United States and Australia will in turn accept refugees from Central America.
"I acknowledge that, while New Zealand has not had to contend with these issues on our shores, it's hard to ignore the human face of this situation and nor should it be ignored", Ardern wrote. And the only hope we now have is the New Zealand government.
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Mr Turnbull will meet Donald Trump on the sidelines of the East Asia summit in the Philippines later this month and is facing calls to lobby for the U.S. president to speed up the resettlement process.