The recent ceasefire agreement between the Peshmerga forces and Hashd Al-Sha’abi in the town of Tuz Khurmatu has officially begun.

Both the Peshmerga forces and Hashd Al-Sha’abi have begun their withdrawal from Tuz Khrumatu as part of their agreement to ease the tensions inside this town in the Salaheddine Governorate.

With the aforementioned forces withdrawing from the town today, the civilian militias will now govern the city and immediately adhere to an open-ended ceasefire.

Tuz Khurmatu is an ethnically diverse town in central Iraq that is well-known for its clashes between the Turkmen Shia and Iraqi Kurds.

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