Daniel Taub is set to exit his duties as Ambassador of the State of Israel to the United Kingdom. He has done an extraordinary job as Ambassador, and many people will be missing him. Mr. Taub has ensured that relations between Israel and the United Kingdom are as good as they have been in a long time, or ever for that matter. He is very happy with the progress he has made over the four years he has served as Ambassador and feels like there was more progress made than he had even hoped for to begin with.
Daniel Taub has enjoyed many things during his time spent in the United Kingdom, but one his favorite pursuits has been reading. He especially appreciates reading books from his predecessors or other Jewish leaders, and one of his favorites was written by the former Ambassador of Israel to the U.K., Yehuda Avner. He has commented that he regrets not having visited the theater in London too much, but now that he is not working as much, he has been able to take his children to see the Theater and what it has to offer. He also mentioned, in passing, that Cadburys, which he enjoys in the U.k., is his favorite chocolate.
Many people know that Daniel Taub works quite a bit, and while this consumes a lot of his time, he has been able to converse with both foes and friends during his time as Ambassador. He fondly remembers meeting the Queen, which was the first notable person he met as Ambassador on his own time. He also recalls speaking in private to many detractors and others who didn’t agree with his worldviews. He warmly recalls that these meetings were some of the best, because he had the opportunity to form bonds and friendships with people that he might never have otherwise.
While Daniel Taub is Jewish, he did grow up in the U.K., but he moved to Israel during his younger years. He feels good about being able to serve as the Ambassador of Israel to the U.K., because he has great respect for both countries. It has been his pleasure to be able to strengthen the ties between the two countries he loves so much. He also has pointed out that he respects many of the cultural differences between the U.k. and Israel and that there are pros and cons to both cultures. Learn more: http://www.everipedia.com/editor/dtaub/