Islamabad   -The joint sitting of the Parliament is likely to be held on Monday in honour of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who will be on a three-day visit to Pakistan from May 20.   Sources in the National Assembly have revealed that the joint sitting of the Parliament is expected on May 21 that would likely to be addressed by the Turkish Prime Minister. However, they said that no notification for such a session has so far been issued. Sources added the notification in this regard is expected in next couple of days.During his visit, the Turkish Prime Minister would also meet Prime Minister Gilani and sign five agreements on bilateral cooperation besides holding a joint press conference.  It is pertinent to mention that it would be the second address of Prime Minister Erdogan to the joint sitting of the Parliament as he had made the first address on October 26, 2009.