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The Clinton Presidential Center's latest exhibit "Tokens of Friendship: Foreign Head of State Gifts" highlights numerous gifts exchanged between President Bill Clinton and other foreign heads of state and is going on until Feb. 24.

Gift-giving among foreign heads of state plays a major role in international diplomacy.

See a few of the gifts exchanged between President Bill Clinton and other foreign heads of state around the world during his tenure from 1992-2000 at the "Tokens of Friendship: Foreign Head of State Gifts" exhibit, going on now at the Clinton Presidential Center, 1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock.

Beginning last month, the Clinton Library opened up its vaults to showcase the many unseen gifts given to President Bill Clinton from foreign heads of state. The gifts that are on display in the exhibit range from native arts and antiques to beautiful gold and gemstones. Others highlight personal friendships with Clinton.

Gifts from foreign heads of state include United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair, France President Jacques Chirac and Republic of Korea President Kim Dae-jung, to name a few.

The exhibit will be on display until Feb. 24.

Click here for information and to see a full list of the foreign heads of state included in the exhibit.