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International Cricket Council (ICC) CEO Geoff Allardice said that he has received no communication from Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Ramiz Raja regarding the four-nation T20I series.
Ramiz had earlier, said that he would make a proposal to the ICC about holding a four nations T20I series comprising India and Pakistan, England and Australia.
The PCB chairman also intimated that he was unhappy with the current model of revenue sharing from ICC events.
ICC CEO refrained from giving any comments when he was asked about the four-nation T20I series.
"We have not had any correspondence or communication with Ramiz Raja regarding any of the ideas. Till we get more detail on what he is thinking, it is hard to comment. At this stage, we have had no communication with Ramiz Raja regarding his idea," said Allardice during a virtual interaction on Thursday.
Pakistan and India have not maintained regular bilateral relations for much of the 21st century so far with the political situation between the two nations tense, to say the least.