The United Nations estimates almost 90,000 people have fled after intense fighting in Loikaw town in eastern Myanmar's Kayah state last week.
Singapore's leader says that ASEAN should continue inviting a non-political representative from Myanmar to its meetings and any decision to change that "had to be based on new facts".
A junta court found the civilian leader guilty of illegally importing and possessing walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.
Min Aung Hlaing has said that he will facilitate the ASEAN special envoy's visit to Myanmar as well as meetings with the all parties concerned, including ethnic groups.
Cambodian Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn warns that the outlook is dire in the country as the political and security crisis deepens.
Broken-down wooden boat carrying 120 refugees was towed by a navy ship to North Aceh sea port, officials say.
The 27-member bloc's plea came as a response to the brutal killing of over 30 people in Kayah state by the Myanmar army last week.
The charity said two of its staff members were among 30 people killed in Kayah state, where pro-democracy rebels have been fighting the military.
The boat carrying at least 100 refugees was intercepted by Indonesian authorities after it ran into trouble off the coast of the Aceh province.
"Credible reports say at least 35 people, including at least one child, were forced from their vehicles, killed and burned," says UN's humanitarian chief Martin Griffiths while demanding a transparent probe into eastern Kayah state massacre.
Photos of the aftermath of the Christmas Eve massacre in eastern Mo So village fuelled outrage against the military that took power in February.
The violent photos circulated online show the remains of bodies on burnt-out truckbeds near Mo So village of Hpruso town in eastern Myanmar.
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