Islamabad: Pakistan and India are signatory to a nuclear security risk agreement to make sure that there won’t be any nuclear threats between the residents of two nations. Today,Pakistan and India have agreed to extend their bilateral agreement on reducing the risk from accidents relating to nuclear weapons in a move suggesting the two rivals are still mindful of nuclear dangers despite currently strained ties.

The key agreement was extended for the next five years (2017-2022), said a statement issued by the Foreign Office on Tuesday.