Kabi’s powerful allies in the UN, notably the Russian Federation, back down in the face of unified opposition and domestic opinion shifting against their erstwhile ally. They pressure Kabi to accept negotiations, and eventually UN led talks between minority groups and the Kabite government begin. Progress is slow, but an ultimatum by several powerful states, notably the United States and Germany, to a willingness to forcibly end violence through armed intervention or global economic sanctions if necessary, after several months a breakthrough is made with limited bloodshed in the interim.
A deal is reached where Kabi repeals its controversial ID law and agrees to limited government reform to better represent minority groups, and in return will receive relief from sanctions as well as UN funding. Though tensions remain high and the future is uncertain, you have managed to contain the crisis and prevent a total collapse into civil war.