Pakistan had hoped three-match series would further help them revive worldwide cricket in their country, where foreign teams have been refusing to tour over security fears for eight years.
Najam Sethi reiterated his and the Pakistan Cricket Board's commitment to hosting the final of the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2018, saying that the board would leave no stone unturned to make it happen.
West Indies Cricket Board and PCB sign an agreement to play a series of T20 matches with each other, each year for the next five years in Pakistan and in the United States subject to availability of dates and venues. "But the series we will play in the U.S. will be a tri-series with the third team to be decided later", he added.
In return, Pakistan and West Indies will play a series in U.S. in 2018 which will be a tri-series.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that West Indies will play a three-match Twenty20 global series against Pakistan in Lahore in March next year.
"As we speak, the National Logistics Cell (NLC) is working overtime and they have promised to get Karachi stadium ready to host the final in March", he added.
Pakistan had largely been shunned by worldwide teams for the past eight years due to security concerns following an attack by gunmen on the bus carrying the Sri Lankan team in 2009.
West Indies will now travel to Pakistan for a three-match T20 global series in March of 2018. Zimbabwe ended that in 2013 but most recently a number of high profile players toured the region for World XI against Pakistan.
Windies will face Pakistan in Lahore on March 29 and 31 and April 1 after the tour was postponed from its initial November schedule.