Before starting his term of service as the new ambassador of Israel to the UK, Daniel Taub had a chance to meet Her Majesty. He presented his credentials to her with a bow as he introduced himself to her. Other than his words, his outfit also was a loud statement of where he originated from.
Daniel Taub was born in 1962 in Britain and has been one of the leading diplomats in the country. However, he is a firm Orthodox Jew both in practices and beliefs, something that was very evident to anyone he met during his term of service there.
Mr. Taub had immigrated from Britain a couple of decades ago after he gave up his British citizenship and went back to Israel. Daniel perceived the new chance to serve in a country where he was born and raised, where his family history lay. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase and Daniel Taub | Wikipedia
In their conversation with the Queen, Daniel expressed his desire to serve in the country at his best capacity to show gratitude for the opportunities and hope they gave to his people during the 2,000 years of exile, by enhancing a closer relationship between the two countries.
As his term in office comes to an end, Daniel and several others, especially the British Jewish community, are convinced that that that really happened.
During his farewell party held at his home, the guests who were sorry to have him leave the country also confirmed the same. In fact, to them Daniel Taub works had achieved such a great success to Israel, making him the most popular Israeli currently.
During Taub’s four years tenure as an ambassador, trade has doubled between the U.K. and Israel. Additionally, business, academic, and cultural connections have deepened significantly according to the Israeli Embassy. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.behance.net/danieltaub and http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881
According to the report given by Sajid Javid, of State for Business, Innovation, and Skills in Britain, more than 300 Israeli businesses are already operational in the U.K. A figure of close to $7 billion being generated in the annual bilateral trade.
Taub says that Britain is a very important country to Israel and Europe at large, especially in the media world and finance.
The presence of Britain is very key, especially at the moment when drastic changes are taking place in the Middle East countries as they try to fit in the dialogue and have the changes done in togetherness.
Taub has also played a major role in peace negotiations, in uniting the Middle East countries.