Salah fell out with the organisation over the summer because of a disagreement over the use of his image rights by the Egyptian FA ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation.
In a message to his 6.8 million Twitter followers on Sunday, Salah said: "It's normal that a football federation seeks to solve the problems of its players so they can feel comfortable". I am not asking for anything special compared to other players. I don't know why this is all. "Haven't you got enough time to reply to us?".
"We need guards with the team while travelling, we have asked for that in a letter for the EFA but they never responded".
After receiving the official letter, the Federation later confirmed that it would hold a meeting after Eid Al Adha on Monday to discuss the requests.
The Egyptian Football Association said in a statement it would address a letter sent by Salah's lawyer, Ramy Abbas, on Monday. He said the association is considering Salah's requests which include providing him with security when he is with the national team and shielding him from ill-timed requests for photos, press interviews or promotional appearances.
Nonetheless, the EFA said that the language used in the letter was inappropriate and hard to accept, as it included a request by Salah's manager for the football union to resign if it doesn't respond to the player's demands.
Though Salah is his country's star striker, he has been involved in a few disputes with his country's football association - the first of which dated back to April this year.
"We even found out about the aeroplane long before it was unveiled and we wrote to them, again, no response". Farag Amer, head of parliament's Youth and Sports committee, said Egypt President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi ordered that the dispute be quickly resolved.
He was part of another major talking point during the tournament when he was pictured alongside controversial Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov and was reported to have been granted an honorary Chechnyan citizenship.