Thank you, Mr. Chair and my colleagues.
Thank you, Mr. Smith. I appreciate that frankness, and I was going to ask the same question that my colleague did, Mr. Tabbara. I don't know if you answered it in the previous question or not, but it's in regard to our presentation from Mr. Axworthy from the World Refugee Council. They're formed to try to bring countries together to figure out how we can solve these refugee situations and crises that are developing around the world. Obviously you can't relocate everybody; we have to figure out a way to make sure that we can get them back on their own turf, on their own ground. Those were the first couple of things that you had for timelines, Mr. Beuze, as well.
On confiscating frozen assets, realigning them back into it, Mr. Axworthy had a big article in I believe the Winnipeg Free Press over the weekend, and he had a very clear statement on how to develop that. I wonder if you can see if the World Refugee Council is a body that could be utilized or if there is something else. They're bringing countries together instead of worrying about whether they're signing the compact or not.
It's getting the ones together, as I believe you said, Mr. Smith, that share the burden. It's not whether or not we sign the compact; it's how we get them together, and how does everybody work to make sure that we have an efficient means of being able to relocate these people and deal with the country's problems that they have in their home states.