The 46th meeting of Forum leaders ended with an agreement to disagree on the contentious issue of climate change.
Small island states like Kiribati and Palau had called for greater action from the likes of New Zealand and Australia
However both developed countries have made no commitments to reduce emissions further so that global temperatures didn't increase more than 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels.
They are sticking with the United Nations promoted limit of two degrees.
President Tong says he accepts their position.