Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Istanbul will leave no stone unturned to help reconstruct the capital city of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir devastated in the deadly earthquake of October 8th 2005, whereas Prime Minister (PM) Pakistan, Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani stressed the sacrifices of Kashmiris for freedom will not go in vain and that peace cannot be established in the region without solving the Kashmir dispute. According to a private TV, Turk PM Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated Social Welfare Complex, Khurshid National Public Library building and Usmania Mosque constructed with the help of the Turkish government in Muzaffarabad today morning. PM Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Foreign Minster Shah Mahmoud Qureshi and Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira were accompanying Turkish PM. President Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Raja Zulqarnain hosted a reception in the honour of Tayyip Erdogan. On this occasion PM Gilani said Turkey is playing an important role to bring peace and stability in the region and that peace in the region cannot be established without solving the Kashmir dispute. I am glad over Erdogans visit to Pakistan, Gilani added. In his address the Turkish PM said he is pleased on the development work in Muzaffarabad carried out after the deadly quake. 'Turkey will always help Pakistan in every possible way, Erdogan said. It may be mentioned; 586-room District Headquarter Building; over-300 rooms Social Welfare Complex, Usmania Mosque and 192 residential flats have been constructed in Muzaffarabad with the donation of the Turkish people.