“We are also concerned about the threat of foreign fighters returning to our region.
“And this threat demands a stronger and closer level of cooperation amongst all countries affected by it.”
“But we, and countries in our region, know that it will have to be stronger and closer,” she said of the cooperation which could include law enforcement, intelligence, border control and defence issues.
“I am not suggesting there is any lack of support for that view at all,” she added.
“The estimates are there are about 200 Indonesians who are foreign fighters,” she added.
“I’m certainly encouraging a greater effort. This is a threat we all face.”
The meeting in Paris, announced on May 20 by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, will be attended by US Secretary of State John Kerry.
Foreign Minister Bishop said the talks would focus on Iraq and Syria but there would also be a strong push for a strategy to deal with “global Daesh”, another term for IS.
“We also believe the coalition must work on counter messaging and addressing the flow of finance and foreign fighters,” she said.
Australia raised its threat level to high last September and has since carried out a series of counter-terrorism raids, with several alleged plots foiled this year.