Daniel Taub was the ambassador from Israel to the United Kingdom. He was a great ambassador, and he was very influential when it came to improving the ties between the two countries. In fact, trade between the two countries doubled when Daniel Taub was the ambassador.
According to a statement released by the Israeli Embassy in the UK, there has been, besides the doubling of trade, a significant increase of cooperation in regards to academia, business, and cultural links.
In fact, according to the British Secretary of State for Business, Innovation, and Skills, Sajid Javid, trade between the two countries had entered a golden era when Daniel Taub was the ambassador.
Over three hundred businesses from Israel set up shop in the United Kingdom during that time. Trade reached almost seven billion dollars.
Daniel Taub was born in the United Kingdom. However, he made Aliyah and moved to Israel. He returned to the UK to become the ambassador. Daniel Taub has said that he loves his country Israel, and he feels a deep connection to the country where his family has a rich history, which is the United Kingdom. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia
His work was to represent the opinion of the Israeli government and improve the ties between the two countries that he loved.
Daniel Taub has also stood up against antisemitism. He went to Bradford after it was announced that it was an Israeli free zone, meaning they did not want any Israeli there. Daniel Taub actually wore his kippah when he presented his credentials to the Queen of England when he first arrived as an ambassador.
Daniel Taub is considered by many to be the most popular Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom. He was given a standing ovation at his farewell party. He has always stuck to his principles as an Orthodox Jew.
He always kept the Shabbat and kosher, even when he was an ambassador. According to Daniel Taub, it is not a problem, but something that can help you build bridges.
Daniel Taub attended the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School. He then went to University College, Harvard University, and Oxford University. He also served in the Israel Defense Forces as a combat medic.
He then served in the Israeli Defense Forces’ international law division as a reserve officer. He has worked as a speechwriter for Chaim Herzog, the former President of Israel. Daniel Taub is an expert in international law.
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