The Barca executive hailed the Uruguay international over his efforts to apologise to Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini after biting the player during the World Cup.
"Apologising has been to his credit because when you make a mistake you should apologise," he said. "It is good what he has done, because it helps football.
"It is the responsibility of all of us that Luis Suarez, at Liverpool or wherever he wants to be, continues his career. To admit errors is an important step."
Suarez must serve a four-month ban from all football-related activities as a result of the Chiellini incident, regardless of where he plays his football next season.