Pretoria Accord

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The Pretoria Accord was a July 2002 agreement made between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in an effort to bring about an end to the Second Congo War. Rwanda agreed to the withdrawal of the estimated 20,000 Rwandan troops from the DRC in exchange for international commitment towards the disarmament of the Hutu militia interahamwe and ex-FAR fighters.

The talks were held in Pretoria, South Africa and lasted for five days.

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  • Waugh, Colin M. Paul Kagame and Rwanda: Power, Genocide and the Rwandan Patriotic Front. McFarland & Company, 2004. ISBN 0-7864-1941-5
  • "Congo Civil War" at globalsecurity.org

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