In a press release, Overseas Workplace spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad mentioned: “In accordance with Article-II of the Settlement on Prohibition of Assaults in opposition to Nuclear Installations and Amenities between Pakistan and India, signed on 31 December 1988 and ratified on 27 January 1991, an inventory of nuclear installations and amenities in Pakistan was formally handed over to a consultant of the Indian Excessive Fee on the Ministry of Overseas Affairs immediately.”
Concurrently, the Indian Ministry of Exterior Affairs in New Delhi additionally handed over an inventory of Indian Nuclear installations and amenities to a consultant of the Pakistan Excessive Fee, he added.
The settlement gives, inter alia, that each nations ought to inform one another of their nuclear installations and amenities throughout the definition of the settlement on 1st January of every calendar 12 months.
Equally, each the nations shared the lists of prisoners in one another’s custody.
The Pakistan authorities shared with the Indian Excessive Fee in Islamabad an inventory of 628 Indian prisoners in Pakistan together with 51 civilians and 577 fishermen.
In the meantime, the Indian authorities additionally shared the listing of 355 Pakistani prisoners in India together with 282 civilians and 73 fishermen with the Excessive Fee for Pakistan in New Delhi, learn the assertion.