The Iranian government has called on its Turkish counterpart to respect the sovereignty of neighbouring countries, as they continue airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party(PKK) in Iraqi Kurdistan.Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham on Saturday said any acts of tolerance toward terrorism and violence will further encourage terrorists to commit inhumane crimes. However, the Iranian official also said the campaign against terror should not undercut the national sovereignty of countries.Recommended:Turkey hits Kurdish militant camps “Any type of campaign against terrorism must respect the basic principles of international law, especially the national sovereignty of governments, and undoubtedly any acts that would undermine the national sovereignty of countries can, in fact, embolden terrorist groups in committing bestial crimes,” Afkham said. She also said terrorism will not be uprooted unless terrorists were weaned off financial aid and arms supply. The Iranian official made the comments against the backdrop of airstrikes conducted by the Turkish military against targets controlled by IS militants inside Syria and locations of the PKK in the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq.