PCB delegation held a meeting with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) delegation over the matter in Dubai. PCB
Sheharyar Khan commented on the result of the meetings. "It was in good spirits, but there has been no progress. We heard and understood each other’s viewpoints, we knew what their legal standing was, and they knew ours,” he said.
The PCB Chairman explained that both the boards will hold talks and "will see if there’s a chance to push this forward in future", but for now, they only hope a bilateral match is scheduled.
Nevertheless, when asked if India has agreed to pay any compensation or shown any flexibility, Khan responded to both questions with a “no”.
Earlier, speaking to the media at Lahore airport, Khan said that Pakistan is standing by its agreement to play a series against India.
"India didn’t play any match with Pakistan despite the agreement. We demand that Indian cricket team plays a bilateral series against Pakistan," he had added.