Islamabad: The Foreign Office (FO) informed on Tuesday that Pakistan has given a list of its nuclear installations and facilities to an official of the Indian High Commission at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Office said that the Indian Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi in return provided a list of Indian Nuclear installations and facilities to an official of the Pakistan High Commission in the morning today.
This annual Exchange occurs in connection with the Article-II of the Agreement on Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear Installations and Facilities that was signed between Pakistan and India on 31st December 1988.
According to this agreement, both the neighbouring countries will inform each other about the installations a facilities of the nuclear instalments at the start of each year.
This practice is being done consecutively since 1st January 1992, the website of the Foreign Ministry officer told media.
In addition to that, Pakistan also provided a list of 537 Indian prisoners to the Indian High Commission in the federal capital on Tuesday in connection with the 2008 Agreement on Consular Access.
The foreign Officer reported that around 54 Indian prisoners are mentioned on the list are Indian civilian and 83 are fishermen.
The Indian government will soon share its list of Pakistani prisoners with Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi.