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Pakistan and India provided each other with a list of their nuclear weapons

Friday, January 1, 2021

 Pakistan and India provided each other with a list of their nuclear weapons


  • Under the agreement, the two countries exchange lists of their nuclear facilities on January 1 each year.
  • ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India have exchanged lists of their nuclear weapons. Under the agreement, the two countries exchange lists of their nuclear facilities on January 1 every year. According to the details, according to Article 2 of the agreement reached between Pakistan and India on December 31, 1988 not to attack each other's nuclear facilities, Pakistan will list its nuclear facilities at 11 a.m. on Friday at the Bhai High Commission at the Ministry of External Affairs. Referred to
  • Meanwhile, the Indian Foreign Ministry handed over the list of Indian nuclear facilities to a representative of the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi at 11:30 am. Under the agreement, the two countries exchange lists of their nuclear facilities on January 1 each year. This process has been going on regularly since January 1, 1929. The two countries have not stopped exchanging lists of nuclear weapons after several strained relations over the past 28 years.


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