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The government of Rwanda and the RPF reached both a public and confidential agreement. Publicly, they agreed that foreign troops must be moved out of Rwanda. Confidentially, they really only meant that French troops needed to leave the country. This was agreed secret in an attempt to not anger France.
Rwanda, Genocide, Rawson
Department of State African Affairs, "Confidential Dar es Salaam Agreement" (1993). David Rawson Collection on the Rwandan Genocide. 228.