The Ghauri missile was first test-fired on 6 April 1998.— File Photo by AP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday conducted a successful test of it's mid-range nuclear capable Hatf-V Ghauri ballistic missile according to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), DawnNews reported.

The liquid-fuelled ballistic missile, capable of carrying both conventional as well as nuclear payload, has a range of 1300 kilometres.

The Ghauri missile was first test-fired on 6 April 1998.

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