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"On March 24 I became a customer of this bank as I promised. From now on my salary will be remitted to a plastic bank card which is featured on this photo. The bank has been making transactions in the Russian national currency only and provides quick and efficient services to its customers," Kadyrov declared.
Kadyrov is confident of "great future" of the Rossiya bank. "I am confident that the West, imposing its "mouse" sanctions, has rendered an invaluable service to the bank," he said.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin opened his bank account at the same bank.
Since March 28 the Rossiya bank has been making transactions in the Russian national currency only.