India And Pakistan Exchange List Of Nuclear Facilities

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India have
exchanged the list of nuclear installations and
facilities, a tradition that has continued since
January 1992 under an agreement, the foreign
office said on Tuesday in a statement.
"In accordance with Article-II of the Agreement
on Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear
Installations and Facilities between Pakistan and
India, signed on 31 December 1988, the list of
nuclear installations and facilities in Pakistan
was officially handed over to a representative of
the Indian High Commission at the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs on 1st January 2018, at 1030 hrs
(PST)," the statement said.
The foreign Office said the Indian Ministry of
External Affairs in New Delhi handed over the list
of Indian Nuclear installations and facilities to a
representative of the Pakistan High Commission
at 1100 hrs (IST).
The statement further said that the agreement
contains the provision that both countries inform
each other of their nuclear installations and
facilities on 1 January every year.
This has been done consecutively since 1
January 1992.
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