ISLAMABAD (Online) - Pakistan has offered help to Japan in controlling radioactivity emission after 8.9 magnitude quake followed by tsunami hit northern part of the country. Talking to Online Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Tehmina Janjua said Sunday that Pakistan has offered help to Japan hit by natural disaster. However, Janjua rebuffed the news published in section of media claiming that Japan appealed Pakistan to help in controlling the radio-activity and a team of Pakistani nuclear scientists would soon leave for Japan. She said, Any such request or appeal could only be made through International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in accordance with the Vienna convention. And no country can directly appeal to any other country in this issue. Janjua said that Pakistan offered humanitarian help to Japan and would surely support and consider any other appeal in line with the international laws. She categorically denied consideration of any proposal of sending nuclear scientists team at this stage. It is pertinent to mention that a powerful blast badly hit Japan followed by 20-meter high tsunami that invaded northeastern coastal areas affecting four nuclear facilities including Fukushima nuclear plant. Radioactivity was reported in the affected areas and emergency was declared after nuclear power plants explosions in Fukushima. So far, over 20,000 deaths were declared due to the disaster and increase in death toll is feared.