The US will enter an agreement with Romania that will see the countries share biometric data to fight crime and terrorism.Under the agreement, both countries will have access to the national systems for identifying fingerprints and to DNA-related analysis files, reports Romania Insider.The newspaper notes that by concluding this agreement, Romania meets another technical criteria required by the Visa Waiver Program, in the liberalisation process of the visas for Romanian citizens traveling to the US.In July, Georgia's Ministry of Internal Affairs and the United States' Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have signed a similar agreement that allows the organisations to share biometric data.FBI legal attachÉ Kathleen Canning said the deal with the country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia will boost criminal justice coordination to solve crimes quicker and easier