The Kremlin said Putin phoned the United States president to thank him and to convey his gratitude to the CIA, adding that Russian security agencies would continue to provide any information they obtained about potential terror threats against the United States, as it has done in the past.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has thanked US President Donald Trump during a phone conversation at the initiative of the Russian side for the intelligence data provided by the CIA that helped detain the terrorists.
The White House did not disclose details about the plot itself, but said the attack "could have killed large numbers of people".
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Sunday's call was the second between Trump and Putin in three days. Neither the Kremlin nor the White House identified the would-be attackers. It said that Putin also told Trump that "if Russian special services obtain any information on terrorist threats against the United States and its citizens, they will definitely and immediately pass it to American counterparts through partner channels".
The group was preparing to blow up the Kazan Cathedral and other crowded places in Russia's second city, Interfax quoted the Kremlin as saying.
Putin said that he doubted Trump would be able to improve relations between their two countries because the U.S. President was being held back by his political opposition, and allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election were being invented to raise doubts about Trump's legitimacy. They keep going talked by phone on Thursday, when they examined US-Russian ties and the expanding pressures encompassing North Korea.
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In a readout of the call released Sunday afternoon, the White House said Trump "appreciated the call" and "stressed the importance of intelligence cooperation to defeat terrorists wherever they may be".
Putin said Russian Federation would alert US authorities if it received information about any attack being planned on the United States, the Kremlin said.
The group was planning to blow up the Kazan Cathedral in St Petersburg.
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Russian police detained several suspects in that attack from mainly Muslim states in ex-Soviet central Asia.