August 25, 2014: Iran misses a deadline to complete actions in five areas relevant to the IAEA under the agreement reached by Iran and the Agency in November 2013. The plan will establish a joint commission to oversee the agreement and cooperate with the IAEA. The six-month period may be extended by mutual agreement between the parties. The White House issues a proclamation that suspends the entry of senior Iranian government officials into the United States and calls the Iranian government a „state sponsor of terrorism.” October 1, 2009: P5+1 and Iran accept „in principle” a proposal launched by the United States and supported by the IAEA to encourage TRRs. The proposal calls for Iran to export most of its uranium enriched to 3.5%, in exchange for 20% of enriched uranium fuel for trr, which has exhausted much of its supply. . . .