Security experts are currently touring the various facilities in Pakistan and will compile a comprehensive list of recommendations
New Zealand’s batsman Henry Nicholls, in an interview with Cricinfo, stated that his side had complete trust in the security experts and the officials in Pakistan with regards to the final recommendations for an expected future tour.
The 29-year-old spoke for his teammates while emphasising that his side knew that Pakistan would do everything they can to have cricket in their country.
"It's something that has been talked about a bit in the media. But I certainly know as a players' group and New Zealand Cricket's point of view that the security checks that they do - and everything like that - we have full faith in that and that is being completed at the moment,” Nicholls said.
"The recommendations that come from that, as a playing group, we have a lot of trust in that, so we know they won't put us in any undue danger. And we know obviously Pakistan as well will do everything they can to have cricket in there, which is again an exciting prospect for everyone," he added.
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) and the England Cricket Board (ECB) have sent security experts Reg Dickason and David Snare to Pakistan in order to gauge the security situation of the country for a possible future tour.
The security experts are currently touring the various facilities in Pakistan and will compile a comprehensive list of recommendations that will eventually dictate the fate of these future tours.