Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov.12/Trend, A.Taghiyeva /
The European Union, in particular the EU leader Germany, was involved in former Turkish President Turgut Ozal's poisoning and death in 1993, ex-President's son Ahmet Ozal said in an interview with the Haberturk newspaper.
He said France also could have been involved in his father's death.
Signs of intoxication were revealed as a result of the examination of tissue samples taken from the remains of former Turkish President Turgut Ozal for analysis, the Bugun newspaper reported earlier.
According to the newspaper, some drastic strychnine poison was revealed in the samples taken for analysis, which led to Ozal's death.
Turkish Prosecutor's Office started the necessary actions for exhumation on Sept.17, despite the fact that the ex-president's family is against it.
Turkish Prosecutor's Office resumed the investigation of causes of Ozal's death, who died in 1993 under mysterious circumstances. Heart failure is still considered as official version of his death. However, his wife claims that her husband was poisoned. But Ozal's associates deny poisoning version.