Following his personal triumph at the Belgrade Conference of the non-aligned states in September 1961, Tito spent the early months of 1962 on an extensive tour of Africa, particularly the Mediterranean states on which Yugoslav foreign policy would focus increasingly as the decade progressed. On his return to Yugoslavia he was presented with an economic crisis that could no longer be ignored.
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