Putin repeatedly urged Abramovich to stay on as governor while he was already living between Russia and Britain.
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Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich has the right to Israeli citizenship, the Kremlin said Tuesday, after the Chelsea football club-owner reportedly traveled to Israel and became a citizen after delays to his British visa application.Abramovich, who was reportedly in Russia in recent days, flew into Tel Aviv on a private jet and received an Israeli identity card, local Channel 10 television reported.Israel's Law of Return gives every Jew, or child or grandchild of a Jew, the right to Israeli citizenship.Putin repeatedly urged Abramovich to stay on as governor while he was already living between Russia and Britain.
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