BERN, Switzerland (AP) — Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has resumed her European tour after a brief bout of illness prompted by exhaustion.

The Nobel peace laureate is visiting the Swiss parliament and meeting Cabinet officials on Friday.

A dinner in Bern in her honor Thursday was canceled after Suu Kyi fell ill during a news conference.

Swiss officials say she retired early and the incident was nothing serious.

But her personal physician told The Associated Press in Yangon on Friday that he is concerned about the hectic schedule of her trip.

Suu Kyi's doctors say she has low blood pressure and gets motion sickness easily but has no major health problems.

The 66-year-old is visiting Switzerland, Norway, Britain, Ireland and France during her two-week visit, the first in 24 years.

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