As per an announcement from the Kremlin, Putin said thanks to Trump for the CIA's data on the attacks, which were to happen on Saturday at the Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg and different territories of the Russian city.
Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) announced on Friday that it had prevented the activities of Daesh terrorist group's supporters in St. Petersburg, who planned to carry out a terrorist attack later in December.
Russia's Vladimir Putin called President Trump Sunday to thank him for US intelligence that helped thwart terrorist attacks in St. Petersburg, officials in both countries said.
"Information obtained from the Central Intelligence Agency was sufficient to search for and arrest of criminals", the Kremlin statement said. Trump was additionally made a request to forward Putin's thankfulness to CIA Director Mike Pompeo and the knowledge authorities who got the data.
Mr Putin told Mr Trump that Russia's special services would hand over information on terror threats to their United States counterparts, it added.
Mr Putin has said he and President Trump are on first name terms, which is "how relations should be between people like us".
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Russian state-run media outlet TASS reported that Moscow initiated the call.
The White House seized on the foiled plot in St. Petersburg as a sign of what Moscow and Washington could do if they cooperate.
"Both leaders agreed that this serves as an example of the positive things that can occur when our countries work together", the readout said.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed the Russian account of the call.
It was the two presidents' second conversation since Thursday, when they spoke following Putin's annual four-hour televised press conference, during which Putin mentioned that booming USA stock market as an example of Trump's successes. They last spoke by telephone on Thursday, when they discussed US-Russian ties and the increasing tensions surrounding North Korea.
A special counsel is investigating whether anyone from the Trump campaign colluded. Putin has denied the accusation.