Prime Minister Imran Khan has invited the Afghan Cricket team for a tour to Pakistan.
According to the details, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Wasim Khan confirmed that Prime Minister Imran Khan during his maiden Kabul visit invited Afghan Cricket Team for Pakistan Tour.
Wasim Khan in his statement said the talks with the cricket officials of Afghanistan will soon be initiated to explore the possibilities.
He added that, “The two boards will work together to open a window in this regard and every effort will be made to make the series possible.”
“As we all know that next year of Pakistan team is very busy, we will try to open a window for Afghanistan.”
Wasim Khan added that “If next year’s window is not possible, we will make it possible in 2022 and for that we need immediate action.”
Imran Khan, who was on an official one-day visit to Kabul last week, said that his visit to the country was another step towards conveying Pakistan’s commitment to peace in Afghanistan.
PM Imran said, “Our people in the tribal areas, who have suffered the ravages of the war in Afghanistan, will esp benefit from peace & trade.”
The premier hopes for increasing betterment between the two countries in terms of trade, peace and bringing prosperity.
“I have never believed in military solutions which is why I always believed that in Afghanistan peace will be achieved through political dialogue,” he tweeted.
The Prime Minister also added that after the Afghans, we have the greatest stake in this peace as it will allow for connectivity & trade, bringing prosperity to both Afghans & Pakistanis.