Ethiopian artists Samson and Dagmawit Tsehaye celebrated their Mels program. The Greek community continued to grow and in 1908 the Patriarch of Alexandria founded the Holy City of Axum. By World War II, there were many Greeks throughout the country, but most lived in the capital Addis Ababa, and Dire Dawa, living in “Greek camps” while working on the country’s rail system. helped build, made available to them by Emperor Haile Selassie. The deterioration of relations between the two countries can also be blamed on the Greek education system. This educational system fails to educate modern Greeks on the two countries close ties. A fact as crucial as the generosity of Emperor Haile Selassie who sent thousands of cattle to Greece to prevent famine in Greece during World War II should not be forgotten. Modern European countries are understandably reluctant to remember that they received aid from African countries. But let’s take Norway as an example. The Scandinavian nation has not forgotten Ethiopia’s contribution during this difficult time, instead embracing it and using it as a vehicle for closer relations. Ethiopian Greeks are also subject to unjustified insults from the government, not directly from the people. The majority of Greeks returned to Greece and few remained.