So he commented to journalists on the situation with the doll hanged at the protests, which looks like the head of state.

"My job is to endure such disgust and nasty things. I am the President of the Republic, and my job is to endure death threats... Every day there are more than 200 death threats against me," RIA Novosti quoted Vučić as saying.

Earlier, the Kremlin announced its support for Serbia against the backdrop of the aggravation of the situation in Kosovo.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić also expressed uncertainty that repeated municipal elections in the north of Kosovo and Metohija would help resolve the current aggravation.

On May 29, NATO forces in Kosovo cordoned off the buildings of municipalities in northern Kosovo, the Serbs protested.