Editor Milaim Shefkiu writes that the agreement reached in Brussels on Friday is not going to be a peace agreement, but an agreement for Serbs, for integration, development and for the amnesty of criminals there. “Looking at it from a different angle, there was no other choice but talks in order to overcome the stalemate or the crisis in the north. I believe Prime Minister Thaçi too is aware that there will be winners and losers in this game. There is no draw. Pristina was triumphant in two previous processes – Rambouillet and Vienna, whereas the Brussels agreement leaves many questions and there is certainly no room for triumphalism. It would be wrong to conclude that this agreement has brought interethnic reconciliation, because the agreement gives a chance to EU integration and not to interethnic reconciliation”. Shefkiu also argues that the problem of Albanians living in Presevo Valley should have been included in the process. “The same set of standards should have been applied in order for the agreement to be historic”.