Secretary Clinton visits Kosovar clothing boutique named ‘Hillary’

Clinton love continues in Kosovo. Secretary Clinton visited a clothing store called “Hillary” — named in honor of her — where she received a jacket as a gift. The Clintons are hugely popular in Kosovo because Bill Clinton, as U.S. president, backed the 1999 NATO air campaign that stopped a crackdown by Serbian forces on ...

Photos: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images
Photos: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images
Photos: MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

Clinton love continues in Kosovo. Secretary Clinton visited a clothing store called "Hillary" -- named in honor of her -- where she received a jacket as a gift. The Clintons are hugely popular in Kosovo because Bill Clinton, as U.S. president, backed the 1999 NATO air campaign that stopped a crackdown by Serbian forces on Kosovo's ethnically Albanian majority.

Secretary Clinton is in Kosovo in an effort to get officials from Serbia and Kosovo -- which broke away from Serbia in 2008 -- to talk out their differences and come to a resolution. 

In the first photo below, Clinton chats with the shop's owners, and as you can see, the store sells more than just pantsuits. In the second photo below, a large banner declares (with a minor typo in Hillary's name):

Clinton love continues in Kosovo. Secretary Clinton visited a clothing store called “Hillary” — named in honor of her — where she received a jacket as a gift. The Clintons are hugely popular in Kosovo because Bill Clinton, as U.S. president, backed the 1999 NATO air campaign that stopped a crackdown by Serbian forces on Kosovo’s ethnically Albanian majority.

Secretary Clinton is in Kosovo in an effort to get officials from Serbia and Kosovo — which broke away from Serbia in 2008 — to talk out their differences and come to a resolution. 

In the first photo below, Clinton chats with the shop’s owners, and as you can see, the store sells more than just pantsuits. In the second photo below, a large banner declares (with a minor typo in Hillary’s name):

THANK YOU

USA

FAMILY 

CLINTON

THANK YOU

HILARY

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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