MOSCOW (Agencies) Moscow and New Delhi on Monday cemented their ties with an expanded civil nuclear deal that will ensure uninterrupted supply to Russian-supplied reactors in India and three military pacts that will expand their relationship in strategic fields, as they voiced concern over escalating terrorism. The agreements were signed after talks between Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at the Kremlin here, during which they discussed a whole range of issues, including terrorism emanating from Afghanistan. Singh, who ends a three-day visit to Moscow on Tuesday (today), and Medvedev echoed similar sentiments after holding bilateral talks on a range of issues. Our views are similar on global issues and our cooperation can extend to cooperation at international level, Singh told a joint Press conference with Medvedev. We will be sharing intelligence and information gathering, Singh added, after the two countries signed the nuclear deal and the defence accords as well as two memorandums of understandings, one on culture. Medvedev expressed concern over the grave challenge of terrorism. The Russian leader said, There is a common threat that India and Russia face. We should consolidate our anti-terror base. We will provide concrete help in anti-terror activities. The situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan underlines the importance of this... Terrorism is the biggest evil of current and last century, added Medvedev. Manmohan Singh met Dmitry Medvedev earlier in the day to ink the agreements. The umbrella agreement for expanding civil nuclear cooperation will give New Delhi the right to reprocess spent fuel, taking the pact far beyond the 123 agreement inked with the US, official sources said on Sunday. Today we have signed an agreement that broadens the reach of our cooperation beyond supplies of nuclear reactors to areas of research and development and a whole range of areas in nuclear energy, Singh. The Indian PM said the agreement will deepen and strengthen the already existing nuclear cooperation between the two countries under which four new nuclear reactors would be set up by Russia in Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu and a site for the fifth one has been identified in West Bengal. The new civil nuclear pact provides for uninterrupted uranium fuel supplies from Russia even in the event of termination of bilateral ties in this field for any reason. The pact also has provisions for transfer of enrichment and nuclear technology, which is denied in the 123 agreement with the US. Medvedev said the nuclear agreement opens the way for greater cooperation beyond Kudankulam. The two sides also signed agreements on extending their long-term military cooperation programme for another ten years till 2020, on the after sales and product support of the Russian origin military hardware and a protocol for the joint development and production of multi-role transport aircraft for the armed forces. Singh and Medvedev also discussed regional issues, including the situation in Afghanistan, in which both the countries have a stake and favoured a stable and prosperous Afghanistan. Calling India-Russia ties as multi-dimensional and multi-faceted, Sigh said the two countries have decided to raise the level of bilateral trade from the present level to $30 billion by 2015.