He went on to add, "during the meeting, the necessary decisions were taken for providing border security and admitting Iraqi forces on border terminals while reconfirming the unity and territorial integrity of Iraq and the unlawfulness of the Kurdish region's independence referendum".
Prior to the fuel embargo, Tehran had already suspended flights between Iraqi Kurdistan and Iran and readied missile systems along the Iran-Iraq border.
Iraqi troops now in Turkey and Iran were expected to start enforcing control over the border crossings out of the Kurdish region Saturday morning.
Iraqi soldiers on Tuesday also took part in a Turkish military drill close to the Iraqi frontier.
The Iraqi government on Friday suspended all global flights to and from the Kurdistan region, the BBC reported.
AIR HORROR: Passenger jet engine DISINTEGRATES 38000 feet above Atlantic
Air France said it is now working to re-route passengers to Los Angeles via the airline's connecting platforms in North America. Rick Engebretsen, one of the passengers, wrote a Twitter message saying there was a "loud thud and a lot of vibration".
The issue of borders and territorial control would be a major source of contention if Iraqi Kurdistan chose to move forward with independence.
The Kurdistan Regional Government administers a semi-autonomous region in northern Iraq.
Behind the scenes, the United States has strongly been advising against any military incursion into the Kurdish region, and believes none of the players will do so, according the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
In defiance of Baghdad, the self-ruled Kurdish region has been unilaterally exporting crude oil produced in their region and contested areas through Turkey.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday rejected claims from Turkey that Mossad intervened in the 25 September Kurdish referendum vote. We urge Iraqi Kurdish authorities to respect the constitutionally-mandated role of the central government and we call upon the central government to reject threats or even allusion to possible use of force.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi has given the KRG until Friday to hand over control of its airports to the federal government.
"We will not allow even one single person from Iraq, from the Iraqi civil aviation, or from the office of the Iraqi Council of Ministers to come to Erbil and Sulaimaniya worldwide airports without our decision", Kurdistan Transport Minister Mawlood Bawa Murad said on Saturday.