As for other agreements, there were a number of commitments made. I can't go into them in detail here. But each side was committed to a set of outcomes. The United States retained its ability to use its own determination of whether there was success along the border. You saw that the announcement was that the president would indefinitely suspend the tariffs. That means, if it's the case that we're not making sufficient progress, that there's risk that those tariffs will go back in place.
Some amount of time. This won't be instantaneous. It won't happen today. But the work has already begun. So I don't know. The agreement, we talked about 90 days. But I imagine that we'll know the effectiveness, the ability of us to work together and deliver this much more quickly than that, perhaps a month, perhaps 45 days.
The United States is prepared to do the things we need to do. But we've made no incremental resource commitments associated with this deal. We didn't offer any resource assistance to the Mexican government to deliver these outcomes. We've not done so in central America, as well. Where we find it in our interests in the Northern Triangle, or in Mexico, to provide resources that make sense to protect the American people, we'll do that. But in the first instance, these nations have the responsibility to take care of these immigration problems in their home country.