KARACHI (Agencies) - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reportedly finalized foolproof security plans for the visiting cricket teams, official sources revealed on Saturday. The first step for the PCB will be trying to convince Bangladesh, where the Pakistani cricket team is playing these days, an agency reported. According to sources, the PCB's newly appointed chairman Zaka Ashraf has planned to meet Mustafa Kamal, his counterpart from Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), on the sidelines of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting in Singapore next week. After that, Ashraf will again go back to Bangladesh at the end of the Pakistani team's tour to give the final presentation of the security plan in Pakistan. "The board (PCB) has formed a foolproof security plan and it will be presented and explained to the all cricket nations in future," the source said. Pakistan last hosted an international sports event on March 3, 2009, when some unidentified gunmen attacked Sri Lankan cricket team's bus on its way from the hotel to stadium in Lahore where they were to play a match against Pakistan. After the incident, the Sri Lankan team was quickly air-lifted from the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. After this incident, all international sports activities were stopped and since then the country has lost out on millions of dollars of revenue annually. The country's Interior Minister Rehman Malik has already promised to provide presidential level security to any foreign sports team visiting Pakistan.