The Dublin agreement is under revision at the moment. The European Commission presented its proposals to the European Council. At the moment, it is for the member states to discuss and come up with a final decision.
It is evident that the Dublin arrangement should be revisited. We need to make sure that member states actually find the relevant compromises between themselves, specifically related to the fact of where the migrant is registered—either it is the first entry or not—and how that information is then circulated among the EU member states.
Of course, there is another element that I mentioned, and that is internal resettlement of the migrants and refugees who reach the EU. Discussions among member states are ongoing, and not always are those discussions easy. I don't want to predict any kind of calendar for when that discussion will be finalized, but the mere fact that heads of state and governments are going to discuss migration again at the summit later this week demonstrates that it is not only for ministers of the interior to find a compromise; it is also for the highest level of heads of state and government to do so. This is one of the key priorities: to get the legal framework and co-operation framework between member states done.