Mo Salah granted honorary citizenship by Russia's Chechnya republic
(MENAFN) Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been given honorary citizenship in Russia's Chechnya republic by Ramzan Kadyrov.
Salah was given a copy of the citizenship decree and a badge at a gala dinner, which was held in honor of the Egyptian national team.
"Mohamed Salah thanked us for our surprisingly warm and good hospitality, great affection for the team and excellent conditions for their stay and training," Kadyrov, who was banned last year from Instagram, wrote on Russian social network VK.
"I'm sure our Akhmat club and the Egypt team will at some point hold a friendly match in Grozny."
With two losses from their first two games, Egypt's tournament will end with the game against Saudi Arabia in Volgograd on June 25.
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