Iran has successfully tested surface-to-sea missiles with a range of 110 kilometers (68 miles), state television reported Monday.
The testing of the Silkworm missiles was the most important project of Monday's military maneuvers in southern Iran, the television said.
It said the Silkworms have a speed of 290 kilometers (180 miles) per second and a range of 110 kilometers (68 miles). They can detect targets from a distance of 15 kilometers (9 miles) and have the capacity to destroy a warship.
The report did not say whether the missiles could carry nuclear warheads.
Iran's armed forces began their biggest military maneuvers Friday in national waters in the Sea of Oman and Indian Ocean, close to Pakistan. The drills involved submarines, warships, missiles, jet fighters and gunships.
On Sunday, Iran commissioned its second domestically-built submarine, a vessel that can fire missiles and torpedoes simultaneously, the AP reports.
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