1. Wide of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his party members sitting in the congress hall
2. Mid of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi walking to podium
3. Mid of Erdogan and Morsi shaking hands on stage
4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Mohammed Morsi, Egyptian President:
"The second issue at hand is the issue of Syrian people. There, on Syrian soil, Syrian people are being killed day and night. Women are being raped. The are experiencing the tragedy of the century under a regime that kills its own people. This tragedy in Syria is making us sleepless."
5. Women in the audience
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Mohammed Morsi, Egyptian President: ++includes cutaway of Erdogan and party members
"This regime is massacring its own people, this is what it looks like. We will be on the side of the Syrian people until the bloodshed ends, the cruel regime is gone and Syrian people reach their just rights."
7. Mid of Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal standing up in audience and being applauded
8. Wide of Erdogan walking to the podium amongst the crowd
9. Wide of crowd cheering and waving flags
10. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish Prime Minister:
"We will do what a brother would do. And we will continue to give the Syrian people our logistical support. We call on Russia, China as well as Iran: please review your stance that you have maintained on this matter up until now. History will not forgive those who stand together with cruel regimes."
11. Wide top shot of congress hall and crowd applauding
Turkey and Egypt sought to boost their alliance in a turbulent region on Sunday, unleashing harsh criticism of the Syrian regime and pledging joint support for the Palestinian cause.
Egypt's new president, Mohammed Morsi, addressed a major congress of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party, amid signs that a partnership between their two countries is emerging, and said they both plan to stand by Palestinians and the Syrian people.
Morsi called the events in Syria "the tragedy of the century".
"We will be on the side of the Syrian people until the bloodshed ends, the cruel regime is gone and Syrian people reach their just rights."
In his speech to the congress, which is marking the ruling Justice and Development party's decade in power, Erdogan promised that Turkey would continue to support the Syrian people wanting to oust the regime of President Bashar Assad.
Turkey is host to some 88-thousand Syrian refuges as well as Syrian opposition groups.
Erdogan appealed to Russia, China and Iran to stop backing the regime.
With Khaled Mashaal, the leader of the Palestinian Islamic militant group Hamas also present, Erdogan praised Morsi for his support to Palestinians.
Erdogan said Turkey would not reconcile with former ally Israel until it lifts its blockade of Gaza and apologises for an attack in 2010 that killed nine mostly Turkish pro-Palestinian activists in a raid on a flotilla that tried to breach the blockade.
Israel has refused to apologise but has expressed regret for the loss of lives.
It insists troops opened fire after coming under attack by activists.
During his 12-hour visit to Turkey, Morsi will try to strengthen economic ties with Turkey.
Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood group view Turkey as an Islamic success story, mixing a strong economy with Western ties and Islamic piety.