The report (in French), which was years in the making, concluded that France remained a collaborator with the regime of the then President Juvenal Habyarimana that was behind the deaths of over 1 million victims in just 100 days and was "unwavering in its support" even when Genocide plans were clear.
France has long been accused of complicity during Genocide against Tutsi. Asked if he would like France to apologise for the events of 1994, Kagame said he would not demand an apology but said he would "appreciate" one, if it were forthcoming.
He also discussed violence in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo and did not rule out the possibility of joint military operations with Kinshasa.
Asked about the trial Paul Rusesabagina who was arrested last year in Rwanda, Kagame called for a "fair trial" but labelled Rusesabagina a "criminal".