Washington РThere are no  concrete plans For U.S. President Barack Obama to visit Cuba after restoring diplomatic relations with Havana, but a White House spokesman said on Wednesday he would not rule it out as a possibility.

“If there is an opportunity for the president to visit, I’m sure he wouldn’t turn it down,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters.

Earnest acknowledged that a future U.S. president could reverse Obama’s new policies on Cuba, but said the White House hoped that Congress would take steps to completely lift the U.S. embargo before Obama leaves office.