Karachi: PCB Zaka Ashraf has sought a meeting with the BCCI officials during the New Delhi ODI in the upcoming series to discuss if India can visit Pakistan for a return series in August next year.
"We have conveyed to them we would like to formally discuss a tour by India to Pakistan next August and other matters that can further cement bilateral cricket ties between the two countries," Ashraf said.
"We have conveyed we would like the discussions to be held when the match is held in New Delhi," he said.
PCB will not raise any revenue sharing issues with the BCCI for the upcoming One-day series, starting December 25, in India as it wants bilateral ties to be frequent.
"It is not always about money. By the grace of God we are financially sound. But for us the priority at this time is to improve and cement ties with Indian cricket. We want to see long term benefits from such ties even a tour by India to Pakistan," he said.
"The good thing is that relations between the two boards at this time are very good and there is lot of understanding. I am pretty hopeful the coming series will serve as a milestone and lead to more frequent bilateral ties."