LAHORE (APP) - Railways authorities of Pakistan and India Tuesday shared views to improve rail links between the two neighbouring countries to facilitate their people travelling across the border. The views were exchanged in a meeting at Wahga border between railway delegations of the two countries. Indian delegation was led by Divisional Rail Manager Ferozepur Steesh Kumar, while Railways Divisional Superintendent, Lahore Mubeenuddin led the Pakistan delegation during the meeting. Operational, commercial and mechanical issues related to the movement of rails across the border were discussed in the meeting at length. Talking to newsmen upon his arrival at Wahga Steesh Kumar said his country is determined to make all-out efforts to improve rail links with Pakistan. "We want to make railway journey with Pakistan more comfortable and find out solutions to all technical and other issues in consultation with Pakistani officials", he said. He said the complaints regarding rail wagons, engines and movements of goods and passengers would be removed, adding that, there has been a major improvement in rail service between the two countries in recent years. However, he acknowledged that there was still a lot of room for improvement. On the occasion, Mubeenuddin said the meeting was part of quarterly exchange of views between railway authorities of the two countries with the aim to resolve reservations and objections. "The main agenda of the meeting is to discuss exchange of wagons and engines of Samjhota Express and other such issues", he briefed.