I would say, whatever resources they have at their disposal. The problem is that, really, the only levers we have are things like aid, but aid is exactly what is needed, so it's not clear.... Of course, there are things like diplomatic recognition, but they will see the Tigrayans not as.... They—the government—don't see themselves as the bad guys. In fact, it was just a couple of years ago that Abiy Ahmed won the Nobel Prize and was literally Ethiopia's celebrity politician. As I said in my remarks, they see the TPLF—rightly or wrongly—as an existential threat.
They will withstand, I think, a fair bit of pressure before they relent, but there have been indications on both sides that when the pressure is significant, then they offer, I suppose, some concessions. However, it never seems to be enough, and I don't think they will allow it to get in the way of defeating what they regard as their adversary.