Lists of nuclear installations and facilities have been provided between Pakistan and India by the agreement prohibiting attacks against such targets.
Between Pakistan and India, an agreement prohibiting attacks on nuclear installations and facilities was reached on December 31, 1988, and it was ratified on January 27, 1991.
The Agreement, among other things, states that both nations must notify one another on January 1 of each year of any nuclear installations or facilities that fit within its criteria.
According to a statement from the Foreign Office, a spokesman of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad received the official list of nuclear installations and facilities in Pakistan.
Commission in New Delhi received the list of India’s nuclear installations and facilities at the same time from the Indian Ministry of External Affairs.
Since January 1st, 1992, lists have been exchanged regularly.
According to Article II of the Agreement on Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear Installations and Facilities between Pakistan and India dated December 31, 1988, the governments of Pakistan and India are required to exchange lists of their respective nuclear installations and facilities.
A list of the necessary facilities in Pakistan was formally sent to a representative of the Indian High Commission at the Foreign Office today at 11:30 a.m. in compliance with the aforementioned Agreement (PST).
At 1200 hours, the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi received a list from the Indian side as well (IST).
“The Agreement, which was signed on 31 December 1988 and entered into force on 27 January 1991 provides, inter alia, that India and Pakistan inform each other of the nuclear installations and facilities to be covered under the Agreement on the first of January of every calendar year,” the report read.