Pakistan on Monday test-fired a nuclear-capable cruise missile with "stealth features", the military said, the country's first such exercise in more than three months.
The military described the Hatf-VII Babur missile as a "low-flying, terrain-hugging missile, which can strike targets both at land and sea with pin point accuracy" and has a range of 700 kilometres.
Pakistan's last missile test, also of a Hatf-VII, came in June at the end of a spate of five launches in around six weeks that followed arch-rival India successfully firing its Agni V rocket, which can deliver a nuclear warhead anywhere in China.
The military said Monday's launch was carried out from a 'Multi Tube Missile Launch Vehicle', which it said improved the Babur system's targeting and deployment capabilities.
India and Pakistan have fought three wars - two over Kashmir - and have routinely carried out missile tests since both demonstrated nuclear weapons capability in 1998.