Security sources said on Wednesday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party sent an armed force into Kirkuk last night but a Patriotic Union of Kurdistan force prevented them from concentration and strength returned to Erbil.
The source in Kirkuk, from those sources declined to be named, today, be bound to Kirkuk from Erbil force identified herself dash of oil and gas to protect Kurdistan province, and was addressed to the oil fields to the west of Kirkuk, but a special task force of the National Union intercepted near Havana oil well and prevented them of concentration.
The sources pointed out that "the powers they stood facing each other for nearly two hours, and then returned exotic strength of Erbil to the place of its launch."
The move came after the force that brought the wife of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan leader Jalal Talabani, Hiro Ibrahim Ahmed, a message to the Iraqi prime minister in 19 of last August, demanding them to stop pumping oil from Kirkuk.
This was followed by the arrival of the situation currently president of the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi prime minister to agree to resume pumping oil from the Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, but the Iraqi government later denied holding any new agreement with the province on oil.