Russia's main state broadcaster, Vesti, said Putin asked Trump to thank CIA Director Mike Pompeo for providing the information, and he told the USA president that "the Russian security services, in the case where they receive information regarding terrorist threats in relation to the US and its citizens, will without question and immediately pass it to their American colleagues".
The group was preparing explosions targeting the cathedral and other public places in Russia's second city, the Kremlin statement said on Sunday.
While information on the suspects was not released, the Russian Federal Security Service announced on Friday that it arrested an ISIS-linked terror cell.
President Putin also pledged to pass on any information received about threats to the United States and its citizens from terrorists to the Central Intelligence Agency.
"This is a very encouraging signal that gives grounds to hope for the resumption of information exchange between the special services of Russia and the United States, which is necessary for an effective fight against terrorism", Dzhabarov, who serves as the first deputy chairman of the Russian upper house's International Affairs Committee, said.
Police confiscated a large number of explosives used to make homemade bombs, automatic rifles, munitions and extremist literature, it said.
FSB chief Alexander Bortnikov said on Tuesday the country was monitoring the possible return of jihadists from Syria, a threat which has increased since Moscow's military intervention in the country. "We would love to have his help on North Korea".
Russian Federation has suffered several attacks this year, including a bombing on the Saint Petersburg metro in April that left 14 people dead.
"President Trump stressed the importance of intelligence cooperation to defeat terrorists wherever they may be".
It was their second phone call in four days. Trump was additionally made a request to forward Putin's thankfulness to CIA Director Mike Pompeo and the knowledge authorities who got the data. "There is every reason to believe that we will be able to at least partially re-establish the level of cooperation that we need".