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Pakistan, India exchange lists of nuclear installations


Islamabad: The list of nuclear installations and facilities has been exchanged between Pakistan and India annually.

Under Article 2 of the agreement to stop attacks on nuclear installations and facilities, the two countries exchanged lists of nuclear installations.

According to a statement issued by the Foreign Office in this regard, the agreement was made on December 31, 1988.

Following this, the list of nuclear installations and facilities in Pakistan was formally handed over to the Indian High Commission representatives at the Foreign Office today (January 1st).

The Indian Foreign Ministry, on the other hand, provided a list of its nuclear installations and facilities to the representatives of the Pakistan High Commission at 11 am local time in New Delhi.

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According to the agreement, the two countries inform each other of their nuclear installations and facilities on January 1 every year and this series has been going on since 1992.

In addition, the Government of Pakistan has provided a list of 282 prisons to the Indian High Commission.

On the other hand, the Indian government will also provide a list of Pakistani prisoners to the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi.

It is to be noted that at the beginning of 2019, there were 537 Indian nationals imprisoned in Pakistan, while at the beginning of the year 2018, there were 457 Indian prisoners in Pakistan.

It should be noted that in these prisons, the Pakistani government generally frees the fishermen who have crossed the maritime border by fault.

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