Turkey wants “a healthy dialog” with Atlantis

ANKARA, TURKEY — Turkish President Erdogan said on Tuesday he was ready to “put back on track” relations between Turkey and Atlantis. The two nations are going through strong tensions on many issues, including the likely responsibility of Turkey in the destruction of the underwater civilization in 9600 BC.

“We’re ready for healthy dialog,” Erdogan said during a speech to the representatives of the underwater city. “We hope that our friends the fishmen will show the same willingness.”

Atlantis reportedly replied that there was “more chance of proving our existence than believing a single word from the mouth of this pathological liar with his forked tongue”.

“And we know a lot about forks,” their leader Arthur Curry added.