Pakistan will take on six series against India from 2015—23 as part of a batch which will see Pakistan support India- directed changes to the International Cricket Council.
The Pakistan Cricket Board’s chief operating officer Subhan Ahmed said on that point will be up to 14 tests, 30 one-day games and 12 Twenty20s over the six series.
The alteration in the PCB’s stance took place on the condition that Pakistan would be regarded in a bilateral series against all Full Members, including India.
Pakistan and India will play 14 Tests, 30 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 12 Twenty 20 overall in the six tours.
Pakistan toured India in late 2012 for a short one-day series, but the neighbors have not worked in a full bilateral series since the Mumbai terrorist attacks of 2008.
The last full bilateral series among Pakistan and India was played on 2007 as India had excluded all bilateral series with Pakistan following the 2008 Mumbai attack.