The 12 teams, which make round two of the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia, will gain automatic entry into the event the following year.
The Bangladesh cricket team arrived in Pakistan on Wednesday to play three Twenty20s in Lahore, its first tour of the country in nearly 12 years.
Late previous year, Sri Lanka also split its tour to Pakistan in two phases when it played a Twenty20 series in Lahore and then returned in December for two test matches at Rawalpindi and Karachi. India and Pakistan have not played a full bilateral Test series since 2007 when Pakistan visited India for three Tests and five One-Day Internationals.More news: Channing Tatum and Jessie J are back together after splitting before Christmas
Pakistan are holding the top position in ICC Twenty20 rankings since January 2018 but their recent failure of not winning any of the last seven Twenty20 matches has left their position vulnerable. In that case, the venue would have to be shifted.
He also added, "We are now considering two venues to host the Asia Cup".More news: Disney's 'Bambi' live-action remake is in works
"If India don't come to Pakistan for the Asia Cup, we would also refuse participation in the 2021 T20 World Cup there", Khan told the reporters in Lahore.
'We have also very good preparations as we played four [practice] matches and the team is gelled together, hope we will give you good results, ' he added.
"The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has handed over the hosting rights to us and we can not pass it on to anyone else", he said.More news: Texas A&M student being examined as potential coronavirus case
Wasim Khan reiterated Pakistan's stance on the Asia Cup and said that the country is looking forward to hosting the tournament. And the way things are at the moment, it would not be very surprising if the Indian government do not allow the team to visit Pakistan.