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Zimbabwean Minister congratulates Pakistan on successful conduct of PSL Final at Lahore

Zimbabwean Minister congratulates Pakistan on successful conduct of PSL Final at Lahore

Pakistan takes another step forward for restoration of worldwide cricket in the country. The ministers agreed for exchange of visits by sports teams.

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Riaz Hussain Pirzada has met Zimbabwe Minister for Sports, where both the countries agreed to take relevant initiatives for promoting sports.

The guests congratulated Pirzada on the successful PSL Final at Lahore.

Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Tavengwa Mukhlani is also in the delegation.

Minister for Sports Riaz Pirzada officially invited Zimbabwean cricket team to tour Pakistan.

The Zimbabwe authorities positively responded to Pakistan's invitation.

He applauded the smooth conduct of the PSL final and thanked the government for foolproof security arrangements.

He also praised the Pakistani society for their warm hospitality.


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