Continuing a 30-year practice, India and Pakistan on Friday exchanged a list of their nuclear installations under a bilateral arrangement that prohibits the two countries from attacking each other's atomic facilities.
The two countries exchanged the list of nuclear installations and facilities covered under the Agreement on the Prohibition of Attack against Nuclear Installations and Facilities between India and Pakistan, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said.
This was done simultaneously through diplomatic channels in New Delhi and Islamabad.
"India and Pakistan today exchanged, through diplomatic channels simultaneously at New Delhi and Islamabad, the list of nuclear installations and facilities, covered under the Agreement on the Prohibition of Attack against Nuclear Installations and Facilities," the MEA said in a statement.
The exchange of the list came amid frosty ties between the two countries over the Kashmir issue as well as cross-border terrorism.
The agreement was signed on December 31, 1988 and it came into force on January 27, 1991.
The pact mandates the two countries to inform each other of the nuclear installations and facilities to be covered under the agreement on the first of January of every calendar year.
This is the 30th consecutive exchange of the list with the first one taking place on January 1, 1992.