German Chancellor Angela Merkel Wednesday called for united efforts to tackle the European debt turmoil and also underlined the need for structural reforms to create more jobs.
Touching upon the WTO Doha round of trade talks, she said it is crucial and the next meeting of G-20 leaders would be important for the way forward.
"There would be numerous hindrances that need to be addressed... we need to take along all the countries together, including Japan, India and many others outside Europe," the German Chancellor said.
During a Q&A session after the opening speech, Merkel said that there is a strong European Union system in place.
"I hope almost all countries would become members of euro," she said in response to a question but was evasive when asked whether she meant the UK and Denmark.
The German Chancellor pointed out that it is not an easy task to tackle problems in Europe.
"Politics in different countries have a role to play, at times there are also problems like communications problems, the language barrier. It is not an easy task (to tackle the European problem), but we have to do it," she noted.
Merkel stressed that she wants to make Europe an attractive investment destination.
"I would invite the business community to Europe, I want to make Europe an attractive investment destination and I'm absolutely convinced that we would be able to tackle the problem," she added.