World rivals of cricket - India and Pakistan agreed to play a total of six cricket series against India from 2015 to 2023.
On Wednesday Pakistan said that they agreed the 6 series. However, since the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks suspended play between the teams.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said it had signed an MoU with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to play the six series.
The first series could be held in the United Arab Emirates next year, with Pakistan hosting India for two tests, three ODIs and two T20 matches said A PCB official.
"A total of 14 tests, 30 ODIs and 12 T20 matches would be part of these six series," chief operating officer Subhan Ahmad told PTI.
The BCCI has not played a proper bilateral Test series with Pakistan due to political and other reasons, particularly after the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008.
New Delhi blamed on militants based across the border and since India suspended all series with Pakistan after the 2008 attacks
The two countries played one short series of three ODIs and two T20 matches in India in December 2012 but otherwise they have met only in ICC organised events or the Asia Cup.
"This MoU is part of our conditional support we have agreed to give to the recent governance and other changes in the ICC led by India, England and Australia," another official confirmed and added six of the four expected series in the next eight years would be hosted by Pakistan either at home or at neutral venues.