Pakistan’s security delegation to visit India next week.
Zaka Ashraf also expressed his views on the matter.
Pakistan’s first match in the tournament is against Netherlands.
The committee formed by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for the World Cup in India concluded its meeting.
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari chaired the meeting, which was also attended by Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Kashmir Affairs Qamar Zaman Qaira, and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar.
During the meeting, several important figures were in attendance, including the Inter-Provincial Coordination minister, the adviser on Establishment, PSPM (Performance, and General Management), representatives from secret agencies and sensitive departments, as well as delegates from the Foreign Secretariat’s Asia Desk. The main agenda of the meeting was to discuss Pakistan’s involvement in the upcoming World Cup.
Zaka Ashraf, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Management Committee, also expressed his views on the matter of the Pakistan team’s participation in the prestigious tournament.
As per the information from the sources, a meeting was held during which it was agreed that a security delegation will travel to India in the third week of August.
The purpose of the delegation’s visit will be to assess the security arrangements at the venues where India is set to host an event. Pakistan’s participation in the World Cup, scheduled to take place in India in October-November, will be dependent on obtaining security clearance.
Pakistan’s first match in the tournament is against the Netherlands on October 6 in Hyderabad, followed by a match against their traditional rivals, India, on October 15 in Ahmedabad.