LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said the generous help and assistance to the flood affectees by Turk people will always be remembered. The services of Turkish International Cooperation Agency for the relief and rehabilitation of the flood victims are also commendable which took an active part in this noble cause, he said during a meeting with Director Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA) Musa Kulakl Koya at his office in Ankara on Tuesday. Members Punjab Assembly Mian Mohsin Latif and Khawaja Salman Rafique. Ambassador of Turkey in Pakistan Babar Hazlan and Pakistani Ambassador in Turkey Tariq Aziz-ud-Din were also present on the occasion. The CM said the TIKA was working on various projects in Punjab, including setting up of hospitals and vocational institutes for the rehabilitation of flood victims, which was highly commendable. Land has been transferred so that these projects of public welfare can be completed at the earliest and medical and vocational training facilities can become available to the flood affectees, he said, adding that love and affection shown to him by Turk people during his visit to Turkey could not be described in words, and thanked Director TIKA for his active role in the relief and rehabilitation of flood affectees. The agreements have also been signed with Istanbul Municipality for the promotion of cooperation in solid waste management and technical education sectors, he added. Musa Kulakl Koya, while giving a briefing to the CM regarding various projects for the rehabilitation of flood affectees in Punjab, informed that work was in progress on the setting up of hospitals in Jampur, Basira and Muzaffargarh besides setting up of vocational institutes and these projects would be completed soon.