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The Negative Response Of New York And Capitals In The West To The Deteriorating Situation

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Failing to convince the Secretariat, General Roméo Dallaire was forced to abide by the instructions received. Dallaire and Jacques Roger Booh-Booh had to make a demarché to President Habyarimana, in which he was informed of the information received and asked to take action within 48 hours. Furthermore, they had to inform the heads of the missions of the United States, Belgium and France of Jean Pierre's story and ask them to make a similar demarché. Booh-Booh informed New York that the heads of missions had expressed serious concerns about the information and that they would inform their governments. The Special Representative to the Secretary-General (SRSG) noted that the President had denied knowledge of the activities of the militia and had agreed upon an investigation, the findings of which he would make available to United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR).

Keywords: demarché; Jacques Roger Booh-Booh; Jean Pierre; New York; special representative to the secretary-general (SRSG); UNAMIR



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