Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi said Thursday that\u00a0Turkey\u2019s interference in Iraq\u00a0was unacceptable, ahead of a meeting with US President Donald Trump in Washington.\r\nIn June, after separate military operations,\u00a0Baghdad summoned the Turkish and Iranian\u00a0ambassadors targetted Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. Iraq said the attacks were an attack on the country\u2019s sovereignty. Nevertheless, Turkey continues its military operations for what it says are security purposes.\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cWe will not accept it ... and Iraq\u2019s constitution states that our lands will not be [open for confrontation],\u201d Kadhimi told reporters ahead of a closed-door meeting with Trump.\r\nKadhimi said Iraq was open to US investments. This comes after Iraq and US companies signed more than $8 billion in deals on Wednesday, including energy and oil agreements.\r\nFive American companies signed deals with Iraqi officials in the Oil and Electricity Ministries worth over $8 billion, according to a statement from the US Department of Energy. Among the new agreements is a deal between Iraq and the US\u2019s General Electric worth more than $1 billion.\r\nFor his part, Trump said Thursday that the US would stand by Iraq\u2019s side and reiterated previous comments of his will to see US troops completely withdraw from Iraq. But the US president said American forces were present to confront any Iranian threats.