LAHORE - International Cricket Council President David Morgan has passed a resolution that Pakistan will again see international cricket being played in the country the time it is safe for the foreign team to return there. According to a Gulf newspaper, Morgan insisted that international cricket will return to Pakistan as soon as it is "safe and secure" for the game to be played there. Pakistani venues have been kept away from international cricket since the deadly terror attack on the Sri Lanka team bus that was travelling within Lahore for a Test match against the hosts. The incident, which claimed the lives of six policemen and injured seven Lankan players and a coach, caused international outrage forcing the ICC to declare Pakistan an unsafe destination for international teams. Furthermore, the country's internal security situation compelled the ICC to strip Pakistan of its status as one of the hosts of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. A settlement on that issue was reached between the ICC President David Morgan and Ijaz Butt, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, at the ICC headquarters in Dubai on Thursday. The settlement relieves the PCB of its liabilities and obligations associated with hosting matches during the 2011 World Cup. Morgan also wants to see Pakistan make a return to the international fold, the paper added. "It is important that international cricket returns to Pakistan as soon as it is safe and secure for that to happen. Without any doubt as soon as the ICC and its security advisers believe that Pakistan becomes a safe place again for international cricket to be played, then it will encourage visiting teams to play Pakistan's home games on home territory," Morgan said. "Our number-one priority is that cricket in Pakistan must not be allowed to suffer unduly and I believe this agreement is the best possible outcome for the game," he added.