|Date: 18/04/2012 Time: 01:33:00 PM
The UK Foreign Office refused to confirm the
news that Miss Suu Kyi, the Democracy leader in Burma was to make a "symbolic
visit" to Britain after accepting an invitation to travel to Norway.
The spokesman said she is still considering the Prime Minister' David
Cameron's invite, which was delivered during his historic visit to Burma last
Earlier, a spokesman for the democracy campaigner said she is to make this
symbolic visit to Britain after accepting the invitation from Cameron.
Her visit to Norway in June this year means that this would be the first
time for her to leave Burma in two decades.
The trip is evidence of Ms Suu Kyi's growing confidence in the reforming
credentials of Burma's president Thein Sein, commentators said.
Previously, she had refused to go abroad for fear that she would not be
allowed back into the country.