State-run television MRTV reported that the minister Prak Sokhonn and his party were welcomed by officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after their arrival in Yangon on Wednesday.
Since her ouster in a coup last year, Suu Kyi had been under house arrest at an undisclosed location in Naypyidaw, accompanied by several domestic staff and her dog, according to sources.
Trade is likely to resume from Moreh (110 km from Imphal, Manipur) Tamu border. A formal notification on resumption of trade is awaited and could come through any day now, say sources.
India will host the Asean Foreign ministers meet on June 16 and 17, without inviting the foreign minister of Myanmar, Wunna Maung Lwin.
Troops torched hundreds of buildings in the villages of Kinn, Upper Kinn and Ke Taung over three days last week, locals and media reports said.
Myanmar’s army in February last year seized power from the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, triggering widespread peaceful protests
The report blamed the People's Defense Forces, the opposition movement's armed wing, but did not supply any evidence.
Suu Kyi, 76, has been sentenced to five years in jail for corruption, and six years for incitement against the military, breaching Covid-19 rules and breaking a telecommunications law.
They said she "has continuously and illegally been deprived of liberty by the junta in an unknown location within Myanmar since 1 February 2021."
The corruption cases are among a large number of charges under which the military is prosecuting her. If found guilty of all the charges, she could be sentenced to more than 100 years in prison.
A member of Myanmar Rescue Organization Pathein who requested anonymity said they found eight bodies on Sunday and all were from the Rohingya minority.
The Pangsau Pass market feeds Myanmar, where Indian food items and fruits have high demand as they cost less.
A huge cache of explosives was seized near the Myanmar border in southern Mizoram, the Assam Rifles said on Thursday.
Suu Kyi's trial in the capital Naypyitaw was closed to the public, and her lawyers were barred from speaking to media.
Aung San Suu Kyi, who was ousted by an army takeover in February last year, could face up to 15 years in prison and a fine if convicted.