Daniel Taub, the Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom, was born in 1962 in Great Britain. He received his education at the University College in London, University College in Oxford, and Kennedy School of Government. In the year 1989, he moved to Israel, where he has been serving in the IDF as a reserve officer in the international law division and a combat medic.
Also, he worked in the Israeli Foreign Ministry where he held many diplomatic and legal posts. He later became known for his post as the Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Currently, he works at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation as the Director of Strategy and Planning.
In 2011, Daniel Taub was assigned to be the new Israel Ambassador to the United Kingdom. He was a peace negotiator, and for the four years he served as an Ambassador, Trade between the UK and Israel doubled.
He visited the city of Bradford after the Bradford West MP; Galloway declared the constituency “Israel free zone” in that no goods, services or academic were to be provided from Israel. He has to meet faith leaders, counselors, and other groups to discuss the matter. Through him, business, cultural and academic links doubled and seemed to grow. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/09/israeli-ambassador-daniel-taub-un-agencies-are-effectively-supporting-palestinian-child-abuse/
After Daniel became the new ambassador to Israel in the UK, the business grew, and more than 300 Israel businesses were set up in the UK. Bilateral trade was almost $7 billion. That resulted in the strong ties between the two nations regarding business, culture and academic links.
Daniel Taub visited Northern Ireland to understand the situation that was there and as a result found a solution for peace considering him as a peace negotiator. In 2012, he said he was concerned about the conditions in some campuses, and thus he assured administrators of freedom of expression.
Daniel Taub believed in making a bright future for Israel instead of making it the worst place. Through his efforts, he was able to ensure people lived peacefully and led a better and easy lifestyle as they went about their daily activities. In as much as serving as an ambassador was such a small period, he believed the little time he served he had to put commitments, meeting all kinds of people and at least able to bring about solutions to certain problems.
When Daniel Taub became appointed as the new ambassador for Israel to the UK, he submitted his credentials to the queen. The queen then asked him how it felt to change his citizenship to which he responded that he felt privileged because he was going to raise his children in their historic homeland and he would deepen ties between the two countries.
At the end of his service, it became evident that he was committed to serving to create strong ties between the two nations as from the very beginning.