Islamabad: India and Pakistan have exchanged a list of their nuclear installations as part of a bilateral agreement.
Both sides have also exchanged a list of prisoners being held as prisoners in the respective countries.
The agreement pertaining to nuclear installations was signed on Dec 31, 1988, and came into force on Jan 27, 1991.
It requires the two countries to inform each other about their nuclear installations and facilities on January 1 every year.
Citing the Pakistani Foreign Ministry, the new.com.pk on Saturday said that the two countries exchanged the list of prisoners imprisoned in jails under the provisions of the Agreement on Consular Access between India and Pakistan.
The agreement on prisoners, signed on May 31, 2008, says that a comprehensive list of nationals of each country lodged in the respective country’s jails had to be exchanged twice a year on Jan 1, and July 1.