Central Command region, to “send a clear and unequivocal message to the Iranian regime that any attack on the interests of the United States or those of our allies will be fought with relentless violence.” According to some news agencies, secret service agents claim that Bolton is exaggerating the Iranian threat. October 14, 2015: Iran`s Guardian Council ratifies the law approved by parliament, closing Iran`s internal review of the deal. December 18, 2016: Yukiya Amano, Director General of the IAEA, visits Iran and meets with President Rouhani and Ali Akhbar Salehi, the head of Iran`s Atomic Energy Agency. Amano and Salehi discussed implementation-related issues. Amano also sought to clarify Iran`s announcement regarding the navy`s research and development of nuclear reactors. 31. October 2019: The U.S. State Department enacts a 90-day extension of sanctions for some nuclear cooperation projects in Iran, but it is still unclear which waivers will be renewed. Starting in July 2019, the Trump administration waived sanctions to allow China, Russia, and European JCPOA members to continue certain non-proliferation activities imposed by the nuclear deal, including the redevelopment of Iran`s Arak reactor and Fordov enrichment plant, the transfer of 20 percent uranium-enriched fuel to Tehran`s research reactor, and the removal of spent fuel. The Buesher reactor. The July 2019 waiver declarations expired in October. September 26, 2016: Sergei Kireienko, head of Russia`s state-owned atomic energy company Rosatom, announces that Moscow has bought 38 tons of heavy water from Iran. The material was delivered to Russia in mid-September….