International Cricket Council chief Haroon Logart arrived in Karachi on Thursday to unveil the World Twenty20 trophy.
Meanwhile the council pledged support for Pakistan saying it will make sure the country will play as much international cricket as possible, even if it is at neutral venues.
Pakistan has been unable to persuade foreign teams to tour the country since the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team in March 2009 and the worsening security situation due to militancy. ICC chief, Haroon Lorgat will visit Karachi on Thursday to unveil the World Twenty20 trophy.
He will also announce ICC support for Pakistan to encourage the side left without international cricket at home Mr Logart said the international cricket plan shows Pakistan is not isloated in any of the 3 formats of the game.
Pakistan will be heading out to West Indies on the 24th of April to join Australia and Bangladesh in Group A.
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