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Neuf jours après le déclenchement de l'opération Turquoise, la communauté internationale n'a toujours pas répondu à l'appel de la France

Card Number 3515

Number
3515
Author
Nakad, Nahida
Date
30 juin 1994
Ymd
19940630
Time
13:00:00
Time zone
CEST
Uptitle
Journal de 13 heures [1:47]
Title
Neuf jours après le déclenchement de l'opération Turquoise, la communauté internationale n'a toujours pas répondu à l'appel de la France
Subtitle
Le seul espoir qui reste est que la présence française dissuade les uns et les autres de continuer les massacres d'innocents.
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6432804 bytes
Source
TF1
Public records
INA
Type
Journal télévisé
Language
FR
Abstract
- Since the start of the war in Rwanda, 800,000 people have escaped the massacres and have taken refuge in camps. They are always afraid of being attacked again.
- It is to protect these men, women and children that the French soldiers are here. However, nine days after the start of Operation Turquoise, we realize that the derisory number of French soldiers on the ground cannot ensure this mission. So far, 300 men are on Rwandan territory. Paris does not intend to increase its staff there.
- This morning a UN mission arrived from Goma to meet the commander of Operation Turquoise. General Dallaire, in charge of forming an interposition force, said he has not yet managed to find the necessary equipment but hopes to be ready on July 13.
- By arriving here first, France hoped to rally more countries to this operation. But the international community has still not answered the call. The only hope that remains is that the French presence will dissuade everyone from continuing the massacres of innocent people.