STORY: Iraq's government said it will call back the Iraqi charge d'affaires in Turkey for consultation after accusing Ankara of carrying out the strike in Zakho, a city on the border between Iraq's Kurdistan region and Turkey, state news agency INA reported.
Turkey has refuted these claims saying the attack was a terror act.
Speaking at the scene of the attack, Fuad Hussein said all Iraqi representatives held a "unified position regarding this tragedy".
"We have big problems in Iraq, political problems. But there is a unified position among all the representatives of the Iraqi people," he said.
"Until now, the information we've received is that there was a bombing of this safe touristic site, artillery. And this calm, beautiful touristic village was hit."