In its report, the International Crisis Group proposed between 800,000 and one million genocidal killings in 1994.4 After the defeat of the RPF, the Transitional Hutu FAR government, Interahamwe and Hutu refugees fled to Zaire. On 1 October 1990, the RPF entered Rwanda from Uganda and clashed with Rwandan government forces. Weeks later, the parties began to calm down to peacefully end the conflict. However, even before the start of formal negotiations in July 1992, all parties concerned, including observers and moderators, expressed doubts about the feasibility of a lasting peace. In May 1992, Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana and Defense Minister James Gasana knew that the integration of the two soldiers would be one of the most difficult negotiations in the entire Arusha process. (document 1) (2) Within six (6) months of the establishment of the Transitional Government, tripartite agreements have been concluded between Rwanda, UNHCR and certain countries in the region and UNHCR on issues related to the repatriation of refugees. . . .