ISLAMABAD - President International Cricket Council (ICC) Ray Mali said that he was fully satisfied with the security arrangements for ICC Champions Trophy, which will be held at Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi in September this year. He was talking to reporter after visiting third venue of ICC Champions Trophy Rawalpindi on Wednesday and added that he would convince all the cricketing nations to participate in the prestigious international cricket showpiece according to its schedule in Pakistan. Earlier, he attended a top level meeting with the high ups of Ministry of Interior and he was briefed about the security measures, which would be taken during the ICC Champions Trophy. The also meeting attended by Secretary Interior Syed KAmal Shah and Chairman PCB Nasim Ashraf. After giving a detail briefing to head of ICC, Secretary Interior Syed Kamal Shah told reporters that ICC chief was more than hundred per cent satisfied with the security issue and promised to convince all other ICC members to come here in Pakistan and play cricket. "We gave them briefing regarding all possible security measures and also asked him to award more international cricket events to Pakistan in near future," he said that there would be no issue of security regarding Champions Trophy after this meeting. President, ICC, Ray Mali visited three cricket venues of twin cities Rawalpindi and Islamabad including Pindi Cricket Stadium, Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) Cricket Stadium and Diamond cricket ground on Wednesday during his stay in the capital city of country. However, speaking at the eve of Pindi Stadium visit he disclosed that this was his fifth trip to Pakistan and he never felt any security threat any where in Pakistan. "I am happy about the cricket facilities and passion in Pakistan to organize big events. I know people live and die here for cricket and they should off course have major competitions in their own country," he observed. Responding to a question, Mali said that ICC was always ready to help Pakistan in shape of upgradation of cricket facilities. "Pakistan stadiums are world class and have never been an issue of concern for the global body. Even than we are ready to help them if they require in this field," he concluded.