The White House will decide in the coming months Obama's visit to Cuba
The decision of President Barack Obama's visit to Cuba, will be analyzed in the coming months, said Ben Rhodes deputy national security adviser, on Saturday.
Rhodes, who was a key of the change in US strategy toward the island, said Washington was interested to see Cuba improve its human rights and stimulate greater economic activity and allow private companies to operate in the communist country.
Cuba also has to give its people greater access to information and Internet, Rhodes told reporters in Hawaii, where Obama is on vacation.
"This is something that I think a decision will be taken in the next two months ...."
A trip by a US president to Cuba would be historic and the White House is willing to use that influence to pressure Cuba to make reforms. Obama, meanwhile, has made clear he is willing to visit the country before he leaves office next year.