The nation's focal foundations are "pointless" and Bosnian Serbs ought to frame their own particular insight administration.

A day after an assault on a police headquarters, the Bosnian Serb pioneer who is pushing for autonomy for the Serb locale of Bosnia says the nation's focal foundations are "pointless" and Bosnian Serbs ought to frame their own particular insight administration.

Milorad Dodik said Tuesday that Bosnian Serbs have the privilege to "safeguard themselves." On Monday, a Bosnian Muslim shooter killed a policeman and injured two after he raged into a police headquarters in the northeastern town of Zvornik, on the fringe with Serbia, yelling "Allahu akbar," Arabic for "God is awesome."

The assault in a flash brought strains up in Bosnia, still delicate 20 years after the end of the war between its Christian Orthodox Serbs, Muslim Bosnians and Catholic Croats that left 100,000 individuals dead and isolated the nation along ethnic lines.