The leader has asked for patience from the global community, refuting claims that more than half of the Rohingya villages had been destroyed.
More than 400,000 Rohingya have escaped Myanmar, also known as Burma, into Bangladesh since the military responded to an August 25 insurgent attack by carrying out deadly operations in the western state of Rakhine, human rights groups said.
She said aid workers "managed to engage the people in dialogue, communicating that we work transparently and were there for everyone in need", and were eventually left alone with the supplies. Persons who were not able to find space are simply occupying roadsides. If it's a lie, then you can throw me in the sea and kill me.
"The sightings of Burmese military vehicles and soldiers in a Rohingya village as it goes up in flames fills in some blank spaces of the overwhelming satellite imagery of destruction", Robertson said last week.
"There are also reports of dehumanising propaganda that akin the Rohingya to pests". She is been decorated by the peace price and she has to live up to it.
Mr Khan also acknowledged that Aung San Suu Kyi's promise to accept only refugees "verified" under an earlier process which requires them to produce documents few possess does pose a problem.
The Rohingya issue has been around for a long time, and it is complex and sensitive, Mr Wang said. Subsequently, 10,000 online petitions were filed by Canadians asking to remove Su Kyi's honorary Canadian citizenship, according to media reports.
The government told judges that it has received information on Rohingya involvement in plots by Islamic State and other "extremist groups" to ignite communal and sectarian violence in this country and expressed its willingness to share evidence confidentially.
Hong Liang, Chinese ambassador to Myanmar, had a different view.
South Korea also expressed "deep concerns" over the insurgency and vowed to cooperate with the global community, including Bangladesh and the Myanmar government, to solve the issue.
There has been widespread condemnation of the Myanmar military and government amid accusations of crimes against humanity, including ethnic cleansing. "At this very moment in Southeast Asia, we see heartbreak and assaults on human rights and innocent civilians that is ultimately endangering the sovereignty and security of the entire region", Pence said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said the military action in Rakhine had to stop.
Britain did not provide combat training, Field said.
Kono made clear, however, that the Japanese government also condemns the attacks on Myanmar's security forces by armed insurgents that prompted the eruption of the latest round of violence.