The International Cricket Council (ICC) had scheduled to host a meeting of Chief Executive Committee (CEC) on Thursday, April\u00a023,\u00a0via conference call.\u00a0The meeting was attended\u00a0by 12 CEOs of the Full Members and three Associate Representatives and provided an opportunity for the CEC\u00a0to collectively consider\u00a0the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the sport. In a statement released by ICC said, \u201cDuring the call, the CEOs of the 12 Full Members and three Associate representatives confirmed their full commitment to work in partnership to address the challenges the sport will face in the coming weeks and months. The meeting heard updates from all attendees regarding the current situation in their own countries.\u201d There was also discussion to review the Future Tour Programs (FTP) and also rescheduling the series that has\u00a0been postponed\u00a0due to\u00a0coronavirus. \u201cThere was agreement that the disrupted FTP programme would need to\u00a0be collectively reviewed\u00a0through to 2023\u00a0with a view to rescheduling\u00a0as much of the cricket that has\u00a0been postponed\u00a0due to\u00a0COVID-19 as possible,\u201d statement added. After the CEC meeting, ICC Chief Executive Manu Sawhney said: \u201cI am grateful to my fellow CEOs for their clear commitment to a unified approach to steering cricket through this pandemic. We will work in partnership for the best outcomes for the sport in relation to both ICC events and bilateral cricket.\u201d \u201cWe agreed on\u00a0the importance of\u00a0taking\u00a0well informed, responsible decisions in relation to the resumption of international cricket. The complexities involved in being able to stage ICC global events are extensive to ensure we protect the health and safety of everyone involved and\u00a0they will be carefully considered\u00a0before\u00a0any decisions are arrived\u00a0at in the best interests of the game,\u201d he concluded.