Rohingya insurgent attacks on security posts in Rakhine State in August previous year sparked the crackdown that, according to the United Nations and rights groups, sent almost 700,000 Rohingya fleeing to camps in neighbouring Bangladesh.
"We know there are difficulties in the talks between Bangladesh and Myanmar on the return of the refugees but it is important ... to create the appropriate conditions for the refugees to go back freely and voluntarily to their home of origin", said al-Otaibi.
Alam said the team will return today to Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital, and is expected to meet Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday morning before leaving for Burma.
Bangladesh and Myanmar signed an agreement late previous year to return the Muslim refugees.
The Security Council envoys visited an unclaimed strip of land between Bangladesh and Burma - dubbed "no man's land" - where several thousands of displaced Rohingya are living, unable to return home.
The visiting United Nations officials are: Claudia Angela Banz of Switzerland, Nesrin Said Amin Hannoun of Jordan, Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Wahab RHB Feshawl of Egypt, Nabi ShafikAwad of the USA, Miranda Camillelucy Moses of Trinidad and Tobago, Igro Anson Gill of Barbados, Jung Hawan Lee of the USA, David Michael Kinna of the UK, Luis Amadeo Solari Antonia of Peru, and Kuwait counsellor S SS Alfassam Talal.
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Russia's ambassador to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, told reporters that the diplomats would not look away from the crisis, but added that finding a solution would be no easy task.
Senior diplomats from the 15-member Security Council - including permanent members the United States, Russia, China, Britain and France - arrived in Bangladesh on Saturday for a four-day visit to the camps.
But a delegate representing Russian Federation, one of the council's five permanent members with power to veto resolutions by the world's top worldwide peace and security body, said there was "no magic stick" for solving the cross-border humanitarian crisis.
"The global community should keep up pressure on the Myanmar government in this regard", she said.
"We've signed an agreement, they (Myanmar) don't deny that they've signed the agreement", she said. They carried placards, some of which read "We want justice".
"We told them that we're staying here to save our lives".
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They later went to Kutupalong Camp in Bangladesh where over half a million refugees are now living.
"This is the message that we want to convey to you".
Myanmar has said the military operation in Rakhine was mounted to root out extremists and has rejected almost all allegations that its security forces committed atrocities.
The Security Council officials will also hear from officials in Myanmar.
Kuwait's Ambassador Mansour al-Otaibi said the visit was not about "naming and shaming" Myanmar, but that "the message will be very clear for them: the global community is following the situation and has great interest in resolving it".
On Friday, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged the Security Council to refer Myanmar to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the atrocities.
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