Ahead of the visit, an worldwide analyst told UNB that Bangladesh needs to provide "strong and unassailable evidence" backed up by documents to make its case before the UN Security Council delegation.
The UN Security Council is composed of 15 members with five permanent members - China, France, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States - and 10 non-permanent members.
Rohingya insurgent attacks on security posts in Rakhine on 25 August sparked the military operation that has sent almost 700,000 Rohingya fleeing to camps in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh.
There is no magic solution to Rohingya crisis, the visiting United Nations' Security Council delegation said today after paying a much-anticipated visit to refugee camps in Cox's Bazar. "But there is no magic solution, there is no magic stick to solve all these issues", The Associated Press news agency quoted him as saying. That's why we are here.
He said: "We have come here to present our demands to the worldwide community".
"The issue is still, for us, to promote bilateral ways to resolve this issue".
"It's very necessary to come and see everything at place here in Bangladesh and Myanmar. We will try to convince both governments.to engage in constructive negotiations, discussion", he said.
"This is a very complicated issue ... we need to work together to address this issue", he told reporters, stressing that the violence in Rakhine first had to stop.
The team, led by UNSC President for the month of April Gustavo Meza-Cuadra, arrived in Bangladesh on Saturday afternoon.
"We are here to learn more about the situation in order to see what we can do", he told reporters.
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Rohingya Muslim refugees have staged a protest rally at a camp in Bangladesh, calling for United Nations (UN) protection on their potential return to Myanmar as well as citizenship.
Prior to the briefing, the delegation visited Kutupalong refugee camp and Tombru border in Bandarban's Naikhyangchhari to assess first-hand the plight of the refugees there. The crowd broke into loud chants as the delegates got out.
"I will tell them my stories".
They, however, laid emphasis on safe repatriation of Rohingyas from Bangladesh to Myanmar.
Since Aug, Bangladesh has received almost 7OO, OOO Rohingyas, and in total now host one million Myanmar nationals. But the process has not yet begun and United Nations officials have expressed misgivings on whether the climate is safe enough for the refugees to return to Rakhine. They carried signs, some of which said "We want justice".
Last November, however, the council issued a statement condemning the violence in Rakhine.
The council has the power to refer matters to the worldwide criminal court (ICC) and to deploy peacekeepers.
On Friday, Human Rights Watch called for the Rohingya refugee crisis to be referred to the International Criminal Court in view of the lack of a UN Security Council resolution. Civilian leader Suu Kyi has been slammed for her failure to speak up for the Rohingya. The council delegates were also expected to travel on to Rakhine to inspect conditions there.
Numerous refugees have previously provided testimony of murder, rape, torture and the burning of Rohingya homes by Myanmar security forces and local mobs. Myanmar has said that its operations in Rakhine were a legitimate response to attacks on security forces by Rohingya insurgents. "Also, it is important for Myanmar to allow the U.N. Security Council to meet any person or organization freely".