Ireland and Pakistan will clash for two ODIs ahead of this year's Champions Trophy.
The tourists will base themselves in Ireland for a week, with the twin fixtures scheduled for 23 and 26 May. The venue is yet to be confirmed.
The sides have met in ODI competition on three previous occasions, the last of which saw Pakistan win by five wickets in Stormont in 2011.
"It's fantastic news for Irish cricket, and we're grateful to both ICC and the Pakistan Cricket Board for making the series possible," said Ireland coach Phil Simmons.
"Pakistan are a formidable side and it's a great way of measuring where we are as a team. We've had some wonderful tussles with them in the
Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore welcomed the series, which will be played shortly after a two-ODI affair against Scotland at the Citylets Grange in Edinburgh.
"We are eagerly awaiting our matches against the Irish team. Irish cricket has been improving consistently and we will be looking forward to some competitive games ahead of the Champions Trophy," concluded Whatmore.