New Delhi: For the 32nd year in a row, India and Pakistan have shared a list of their nuclear facilities under a mutual agreement to avoid attacks on nuclear facilities.
In this regard, the statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs said:
India and Pakistan signed an agreement on December 31, 1988 to share a list of nuclear power plants in their countries to avoid attacks on nuclear power plants. The agreement requires both countries to share a list of nuclear power plants in their respective countries on January 1 every year. For the first time on January 1, 1992, the two countries shared a list of their nuclear power plants. It is now the 32nd year that the two countries have shared lists of nuclear power plants.
This is stated in the report.
Despite strained relations between the two countries over the Kashmir issue and cross-border terrorism, the list continues to be exchanged.