Cabinet approves appointment of Mark Regev as UK ambassador

September 6, 2015 14:26


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The cabinet on Sunday approved the appointment of Mark Regev to serve as Israel's next ambassador to the United Kingdom.

Regev has been the English-language spokesman at the Prime Minister’s Office since 2007. He will be replacing Daniel Taub as ambassador to London.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said of Regev's appointment: "The highest mission of any ambassador is the ability to influence public opinion. This is what makes good ambassadors."

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