The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) did not comment on the action it would take after the ceasefire ends Monday, but continued to affirm that it was "determined to stop the tyranny and oppression" facing the Rohingya people.
The Rohingya issue has the potential to "destabilise" the region, though it is a humanitarian issue at present, Bangladesh said on Friday.
"If at any stage, the Burmese government is inclined to peace, then Arsa will welcome that inclination and reciprocate", it added, using the former name for Myanmar.
The refugee crisis erupted after ARSA raids on Myanmar police posts on August 25.
Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan is expected to visit Myanmar this month, to hold talks on the repatriation of Rohingya who have fled that nation's insurgency-affected Rakhine state.
Mark Lowcock, UN under-secretary-general for humanitarian affairs, reiterated an appeal for access to the population in northern Rakhine, saying the situation was "unacceptable".
Their figure includes the 515,000 who have arrived since August, more than 300,000 Rohingya who were already in Bangladesh, having fled earlier suppression, a contingency for another 91,000 and 300,000 Bangladesh villagers in so-called host communities who also need help.
Scores of Rohingya villages have been torched.
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The United Nations has denounced the Myanmar military offensive as ethnic cleansing but Myanmar insists its forces are fighting "terrorists" who have killed civilians and burnt villages.
Rohingya refugees and rights groups have accused the army of setting the fires with the help of Buddhist vigilante mobs.
A Myanmar official tally says hundreds of people died as violence consumed remote communities, including Rohingya. The arrival of more than half a million Rohingya Muslims from Buddhist-dominated Myanmar since August 25 has put an enormous strain on camps in Bangladesh where there are growing fears of a disease epidemic.
The UN resident coordinator in capital Dhaka, Robert Watkins, said Bangladesh should look for new sites for the upcoming refugee camps instead of expanding the existing one.
More than 500 000 Rohingya people have crossed Myanmar's border into Bangladesh, making this the world's fastest-developing refugee emergency.
Hasina said the government was pursuing a plan to build temporary shelters for the Rohingya on an island with the help of worldwide aid agencies whom she praised for their support.
After the completion of the new camp, covering an area of about three thousand acres, it will be the world's largest, bigger than Bidi Bidi in Uganda and Dadaab in Kenya.