Pakistan says it has tested a short-range missile with capability to carry nuclear or conventional warheads.
The military said on February 2 that the domestically built Ra'ad cruise missile has a range of 350 kilometers and is able to maneuver during flight.
The terrain-hugging missile "enables Pakistan to achieve strategic standoff capability on land and at sea," the statement said.
It added that cruise technology had been developed by "only a few countries."
The launch comes two days after rival India announced it successfully tested a long-range ballistic missile from a mobile launcher.
Pakistan and India conducted nuclear tests days apart in 1998, after decades of secretly developing the capability.
The two neighbors have fought two wars over Kashmir, which both countries claim as their own.
Based on reporting by dpa and Dawn.com