Suu Kyi will finally have the Nobel ceremony she missed in 1991 and also will speak to the Oslo forum on conflict mediation that is led by the Norwegian Foreign Ministry, Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Store said Tuesday.
"When I went to see her, I asked her at the press conference we had together about visible examples of change," Store said during an Associated Press interview. And she said, `Just look behind you.' And there were these 50 journalists standing there, in her garden _ it used to be sealed off."
Store said he believes Myanmar's reforms will continue. "A lot are asking if this is too good to be true," he said. "I basically think there is no turning back on this ... but this is the time when we need to engage."
Suu Kyi is also expected to visit Britain, where she got a college degree in philosophy and spent much of her married life raising two sons.
In 2010, she was able to see her youngest son, Kim Aris, after a decade-long separation when the junta finally gave him a visa to enter Myanmar and visit her.
She received her first passport in 24 years earlier this month.