International Crisis Group says tensions between the Tigray region and the federal government could escalate into a full-blown conflict.
The group outlined options that could be resolved before disagreements between the two parties escalated.
The main point of the solution is that both the federal government and the Tigray regional government should soften the conditions set by the negotiators.
Crisis Group says next week the federal government will begin allocating state budgets.
However, he recalled that following the decision of the House of Federation, the federal government did not provide budget to the Tigray Regional State. This suggests that this may increase the tension between the two parties.
It is to be recalled that the federal government has stated that the budget for the Tigray region will be transferred not only to the state but also to the government levels at the woreda and city levels.