Pakistan will play a Test at home for the first time since 2009 after announcing a two-match series against Sri Lanka in December.
There has not been a Test in Pakistan since the Sri Lanka team bus was attacked in Lahore 10 years ago.
Six Pakistani policemen and two civilians were killed in the attack, while a number of the Sri Lanka team were wounded.
The two matches will form part of the World Test Championship.
The first Test will be in Rawalpindi from 11-15 December, while the second will be in Karachi from 19-23 December.
"This is fabulous news for Pakistan and its reputation of being as safe and secure as any other country in the world," said Zakir Khan, the Pakistan Cricket Board's director of international cricket.
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