, and violated Charter's principles
All three materials in question concerned the copying of the personal post published by Tamar Chikovani on her own Facebook page, about the events developed in village Phoka, where a group of persons burned down a residential house. The Facebook post created the impression that the arson had been committed on a religious-ethnic ground. The information had not been verified, while other media outlets disseminated different information. The Patriarchate also confirmed that the incident had no religious grounds. Due to the publication of unverified information, the public was not able to receive the accurate information.

The Council concluded that the First (accuracy) and Seventh (discrimination) Principles of the Charter were violated. The case was reviewed by the Charter online. The media outlets neither cooperated with the Charter nor specified the persons responsible for the material.