Group of 20 finance chiefs will meet today in Paris to put more pressure on European leaders to unveil a comprehensive plan, which contains the region's two-year-old debt crisis, by the coming European Summit in Brussels on October 23.

After the end of the meeting's talks, a statement by G-20 finance chiefs and central bankers will be released.

Discussions are expected to tackle vital issues such as increasing the power of the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) and strengthening banks, while the European plan may include also write downs on Greek bonds and a boost to competitiveness as well as an issuance of Eurobonds.

Also, talks today may involve more participation by the IMF in combating crisis, yet it might be met with opposition by the U.S. and other countries.