Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief Shashank Manohar on Thursday wrote to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shahryar Khan and apologised for cancelling the talks between the two board officials.
The talks between Manohar and his Pakistan counterpart Shahryar Khan were called off last week after Shiv Sena activists stormed the Indian Cricket Board headquarters in Mumbai protesting against bilateral series between the two countries.
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Manohar had invited Khan for talks on the much-anticipated cricket series scheduled in December.
Meanwhile, the BCCI has also told PCB that it will seek government permission on whether December's scheduled series between the two countries can proceed as planned.
The PCB on Thursday said that its chairman Khan received a letter from Manohar, saying it would approach the Indian government to get "definitive guidance" on the series in the United Arab Emirates.
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Last year, the two countries signed an agreement to play six series in between 2015-2023, with Pakistan as nominal hosts four times.