Cricket: Ireland and England and Wales Cricket Board officials who visited Pakistan assured the PCB officials that they would support the complete restoration of international cricket in Pakistan.
Cricket Ireland chairman Ross McCullum, chief executive Warren Deutterm and England Endeavor Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison watched the last Twenty20 match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Lahore.
According to sources, the foreign guests were given a detailed briefing on the security arrangements. Officials termed security arrangements satisfactory; Green shirts are already scheduled to visit Ireland in July.
In a meeting with the board officials, the Irish authorities, while pointing to the team in Pakistan next year, agreed that a window should be found in the Future Tours program in this regard. It was agreed to continue further discussions on the matter.
On the other hand, Tom Harrison, chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board, said the efforts made to restore cricket in Pakistan were tremendous.
In the same way, confidence will continue to grow, so once again teams will come and play in Pakistan.