West Indies rejected the idea of playing a couple of the limited over matches from the UAE-based series in Pakistan because of security issues, reported Aaj Tv.
Both teams were scheduled to face each other in two Tests, five one-days and two T20I matches between September and October in the UAE
However, Pakistan Cricket Board intended to invite West Indies to play a couple of ODI’s matches in Pakistan.
The PCB had also planned to engage the help of legendary former West Indies captain Viv Richards and former master batsman Brian Lara in helping to secure the fixtures.
But after the refusal, all matches would now be played according to the schedule in the UAE.
No major Test-playing nation has toured Pakistan since 2009 when militants attacked the Sri Lankan squad on their way to the playing ground in Lahore.
Zimbabwe was the last team to tour the country playing a full ODI and T20 series back in May of last year. Recently, West Indies clinched their second World T20 title after beating England in the final by 4 wickets.