Former Israeli ambassador Daniel Taub speaks about Iran nuclear weapons

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The country has been under scrutiny for violation of international laws which make it illegal for it to engage in activities that may interfere with global security. If the actions of Iran are not controlled, there is a risk that the Middle East region will be in dire need of security than ever before.

The UN has been trying to put in place measures that would prevent Iran or any other country in the world not to engage in the manufacture of nuclear weapons.

There was an agreement that was reached between the UN and Iran on this issues. An agreement was signed in 2013 that would see Iran stop any activities that amounted to manufacture of nuclear weapons.

The agreement, however, was criticized by Middle East countries led by Israel. Israel regarded the agreement as inconsequential as it did not put in place measures that would ensure Iran stopped the manufacture of nuclear weapons.

The agreements according to Israel was weak and did not resolve the pertinent issues that had been raised by other countries especially from the Middle East. The sentiments from Israel were made through the then ambassador to the united kingdom known as Daniel Taub.

Daniel Taub understands the issue that affects the Middle East as he has been a peace negotiator on behalf of Israel in many years. As a senior legal adviser in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Israeli government, he had the opportunity to represent his country in various negotiation such as the ones on Gaza Conflicts. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn

Daniel Taub believes that it is not just Israel that is opposing the agreement that was arrived at between Iran and the UN.

Other countries especially the Arab nation were also of the same opinion, they felt that there was a lot that needed to be done to make Iran nuclear free. The agreement as was passed raised pertinent issues on how effective it was.

Daniel Taub is optimistic that the Iran issue will mark the beginning of cooperation between Israeli and other countries in the Middle East. The problems facing these countries are all the same, and there is a need for them to come together and cooperate in solving the problems that face the region.

Daniel Taub mentions some countries such as the Gulf of States, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia as some of the countries that are responding well to the call of unity in tackling insecurity problem in the region.