White stated that the cricket has been amazing, and they enjoy its hospitality and quality while feeling safe and secure
David White, the CEO of New Zealand cricket, has praised Pakistan's security level for the ongoing tour of New Zealand.
The team has participated in two Tests and three one-day internationals, with the final ODI currently being played today.
"The security is phenomenal, and the level of planning and the resources put into whole security program is second to none. So, we've got a lot of confidence in that. Playing cricket in Pakistan is brilliant; the conditions are different, but they're such a great cricketing nation with some of the best players in the world. So, playing cricket over here is a great experience," he added.
White stated that the cricket has been amazing, and they enjoy its hospitality and quality while feeling safe and secure.
"Fantastic, it's been great; we have been very well looked after. The security has been fantastic, and the cricket has been amazing as well, so we're having a great time," said White in a video interview.
"They are enjoying the hospitality and the quality of cricket, and they feel very safe and secure. And very much enjoying it. We have the same security provider as England's Reg Dickason. So we had a lot of contact with England and Australia, and other teams have toured here as well. So, we came with a lot of confidence and are enjoying the tour," he maintained.
He also mentioned that other teams will visit Pakistan with a lot of confidence due to the successful hosting of Australia and England last year and the great job done by the Pakistan government in working closely with the PCB on security.
He added that playing cricket in Pakistan is a great experience as they are a great cricketing nation with some of the best players in the world.
"We always had a very close relationship with Pakistan; I think we became full members of the ICC at the same time. We always had a close working relationship; the teams get along very well, compete very hard on the field, and have had great fixtures over the years. So, we couldn't be happier."
"The international community has a lot of confidence now in the security provisions here in Pakistan; the Pakistan government has done a great job working closely with the PCB. So, I think that cricket will continue fully in Pakistan, and other teams will come with a lot of confidence," he concluded.
Reminder for all is that the three-match ODI series between Pakistan and New Zealand is tied 1-1, with the final game being played today at the National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi.