Agreement On Prohibition Of Attacks Against Nuclear Installations And Facilities: India – Pakistan
India and Pakistan have exchanged a list of their nuclear installations.
- The exchange was in accordance with the Article-II of Agreement on Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear Installations and Facilities between Pakistan and India.
- The two countries also exchanged lists of prisoners held in each other’s prisons under the provisions of the Agreement on Consular Access signed in May 2008.
- Under this pact, the two countries should exchange comprehensive lists on 1st January and 1st July every year.
Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear Installations and Facilities:
- According to this agreement, both countries have to inform each other of the nuclear facilities.
- The agreement was signed in 1988 and ratified in 1991.
- This was the 31st consecutive exchange of the list between the two neighboring countries.
- Nuclear power and research reactors, fuel fabrication, uranium enrichment, isotopes separation and reprocessing facilities, as well as any other installations with fresh or irradiated nuclear fuel and materials in any form and establishments storing significant quantities of radioactive materials, are all included under the umbrella term “nuclear installations and facilities”.