Iraqi Kurds claimed the unreliability of the Russian Ministry of defence report that supposedly confirms purchase of Turkey's oil from the terrorist organization Islamic State.
Anadolu Agency Cihan, the Government reacted with concern statements of Kurds in Russia.
"The Government of the Kurdish regional administration of Iraq denies these allegations," said Government spokesman EDGES.
According to the representative of the Kurdistan oil tanks, which, according to the Defense Ministry, belong to the IG, actually belong to Kurdistan.
The concern is that the oil is pumped to Turkey through Zakho-Silopi, which, according to the Defense Ministry, is owned by GAM. Kurdistan stated that these pipelines belong to them and are not secret.
"We hope that other parties will not make steps on the basis of erroneous information," noted in Kurdistan.
Earlier Russian Defence Ministry published its evidence of the involvement of Turkey's oil business.
As we have informed, the cooling of Russian-Turkish relations after Turkey was hit by a Su-24 bomber of the Russian air force on the border with Syria.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Turkey was hit by a plane, supposedly to keep their channels of illegal oil trade with the terrorist organization Islamic State. A similar accusation was made by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
In response, Erdogan said that the Russian authorities are lying about the existence of relations with the Islamic State grouping. In addition, he stated that he was ready to resign if Russia can prove their statements.