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Pakistan could launch a ballistic missile

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Pakistan’s military said on Thursday it had successfully tested a ballistic missile that it said was capable of carrying warheads for a range of 290 kilometers.

Asif Ghafoor, director-general of the army’s public relations department, said in a tweet that Pakistan had successfully tested a Ghaznavi missile.

Ghafoor said the surface-to-surface ballistic missile is capable of carrying multiple types of warheads for a range of 290 kilometers.

He explained that President Arif Alawi and Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed their appreciation to the team that performed the mission and congratulated the nation on this achievement.


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