Iraqi Prime Minister Heydar al-Ibadi said that security in center of Kirkuk is provided by local police and counterterrorism forces, and that or armed groups will not be allowed.
In a statement from his office, Ibn said, " manipulation of images in Kirkuk and people who want to create phytne and hatred among public will not abandon".
The city center noted that security of local police and counterterrorism forces providing support to m, Ibadi, stressed that armed groups will not allow presence of city outside.
The provision of security in Kirkuk, protection of homes and properties of all ethnic and religious elements in responsibility of aforementioned forces, he said.
On or hand, in a written statement from command of securing security in Kirkuk, "joint operations with undersecretariat of national security and Kirkuk police commissioner, are patrolling Kurdish regions of city guarantees citizens," said.Ad
Some paramilitary groups in Kirkuk, which are affiliated with Hashdi Shabi, allegedly attacked and raided homes of Kurdish authorities and civilians.