How did the USSR influence the events in Yugoslavia?

Yugoslavia entered into significant confrontation with the Soviet leadership shortly after the end of World War II. This was justified by the fact that a very charismatic leader, Tito, appeared there. The Soviet Union tried to influence this process in various ways. For example, pressure was undertaken through the unification of the Communist Bureau, but this did not have any effect. There were devastating articles in newspapers, on the diplomatic front there was the expulsion of diplomats from the country and the exchange of various kinds of notes.

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