European Commission spokesperson Mina Andreeva on Monday said that Greece still has to face some insufficiencies at its external borders in order the "progressive abolition of the borders control to be possible until November".
As she said, the European Commission is ready to present on May 12 its final report on the borders control that some countries have imposed at EU internal borders for six more months at least.
The Commission is expected to announce on Wednesday its proposal on the review of Dublin Agreement.
Last month the Commission had presented alternatives on a more 'just' and 'viable' allocation system for those that seek asylum. "The Commission will discuss the review's proposals and will decide" said Andreeva during a press briefing on Monday.