A recent thaw in Indo-Pak relations, with the Prime Ministers of both countries holding a short meeting in Paris last week, followed by talks between their security advisers in Bangkok, has raised hopes of a revival of cricket ties stalled since 2008.
Pakistan's cricket chief yesterday said the series' fate will be decided during a visit to Islamabad by India's Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj this week.
"Of course, I am waiting for India's 'yes' on the series and I am as keen as millions of fans across both the borders," Wasim told reporters in Karachi.
The series, agreed between the two boards in a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed last year, ran into trouble amid strained relations over cross-border shelling in disputed Kashmir.

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