"Here's the agreement. It's a very simple agreement". This is one page, ' he added.
But he teased reporters at the White House: 'So right here is the agreement.
When asked in Mexico City about a clause committing Mexico to purchase more products from American farms, as Trump has also suggested in recent tweets, Ebrard only said, "The migration issue is separated from trade". Without the threat, he has insisted, Mexico never would have acted.
Ebrard told reporters the talks had focused on migration, not commerce, and hypothesized that Trump was calculating an economic boost resulting from his decision not to implement the tariffs.
'We had nothing two weeks ago.
"Currently due to a single district court order, we can not obtain effective immigration enforcement results for the families arriving at our border - they can not be held for longer than 21 days and do not receive rulings from immigration courts for years", he said. 'I think they probably got it the probably from somebody who worked here and said how well they were doing.
"They wanted something else totally different.to be signed", Ebrard said Monday.
Some drew parallels with the untimely demise of the so-called "friendship" tree planted by French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Donald Trump as a token of the friendship between their two countries during Macron's state visit to the US in April past year. We had nothing, and the reason we had nothing is because Mexico felt they didn't have to give us anything.
US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania.
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Pompeo said the agreement "reflects diplomacy at its finest", and described it as "a significant win for the American people" Monday afternoon.
'This will go into effect, and it's my option.
That includes a commitment by Mexico to deploy its new National Guard to the country's southern border with Guatemala - something the country already meant to do before Trump's latest threat. And you can see even in the joint statement that they released, where they said that within the next 90 days, further action could be announced, and that we will continue those discussions.
He has called for denying citizenship to US-born children whose parents are without documents, and authorised law enforcement officials to investigate the immigration status of anyone they stopped.
Mr Ebrard said the U.S. side also wanted to designate Mexico as a "safe third country", which would have required Mexico to take in asylum seekers heading for the USA and process their claims on its own soil.
"And that was a big victory for us", he said. A lot of people are saying that - good luck.
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard dropped his previous opposition to that idea in comments on Monday, but said other Latin American countries should share the asylum load with Mexico under such an arrangement.
The United States wants Mexico to be declared a safe third country in which asylum seekers would have to seek safe harbor instead of the United States, a demand Mexico has long rejected.
On Friday, the tariffs were called off, after the United States and Mexico announced an agreement on immigration.