Burma has declined to grant visas to three UN-appointed experts to look into allegations of abuses against the armed forces.
It said 15 persons were kidnapped in total between 9 October 2016 and 3 April 2017, of whom five were rediscovered showing evidence of torture.
Some 420 men, women and children are camped in the town of Sechaung, while another 62 ethnic Khami people shelter in a monastery.
Aung San Suu Kyi reiterates her position on avoiding use of the term “Rohingya” during talks with Yanghee Lee, the United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in Burma.
Deputy Defence Minister Aung Thaw told the bicameral house that the Protection of Secret Information agreement would be mutually beneficial.
Burmese government soldiers continue to perpetrate sexual violence against women on a widespread scale with impunity, according to a Women’s League of Burma report.