Heads of Arab states are holding their annual summit amid an unprecedented diplomatic fallout among the Gulf countries and tension over the crisis in Egypt and the conflict in Syria.
Thirteen heads of states and other representatives have gathered in Kuwait for the two-day Arab League summit that began on Tuesday.
Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmed al-Sabah, in the opening session, called on Arab states to end rifts he said were obstructing joint Arab action.
"The dangers around us are enormous and we will not move towards joint Arab action without our unity and without casting aside our difference," Sheikh Sabah said.
He named no specific country, but was apparently referring to the rift inside the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) over the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in the region.
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