On Thursday, the French President Emmanuel Macron Assured Bangladesh of his country’s humanitarian support and for having a permanent solution to the ongoing Rohingya crisis playing a due role in the UN and other international forums.While Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s bilateral meeting with the French President, Macron came up with the assurance. Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque after the meeting briefed the reporters with this. “We’ll continue our humanitarian support and play our role in the United Nations and other international forums so that the Rohingya problem comes to an end permanently,” quoted Shahidul Haque the French President as saying. Macron at the meeting seeked to know from the PM about the present condition of the Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh. Sheikh Hasina in reply said that now over one million forcibly displaced Myanmar Rohingyas are living in Bangladesh and this is a big burden on the country and also a problem for its environment. “We inked the bilateral agreement, but we want the international community to continue their support [to Bangladesh] and keep up the pressure [Myanmar] in this regard, or else this agreement will not see the implementation,” she said. Shahidul Haque said that both the PM and the French President became committed to form a Joint Economic Commission to explore the trade and investment potential between the two countries.”The modalities of this joint economic commission will be decided later,” he added.