- The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics expresses solidarity with Roman Protasevich and believes he should be released immediately.
- The Charter urges the Georgian authorities to respond appropriately to the detention of a media representative. It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to the case only on Twitter, where they welcomed the safe landing of the plane and assessed the detention of the person on board as unacceptable. The Charter considers that the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not reflect the aggravation of the situation. The Charter believes that the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not reflect the aggravation of the situation in any way. Lithuania and other EU countries have already demanded new sanctions against the Belarussian regime. It is important that the Georgian authorities also have a proper reaction and condemn the arrest of the journalist.
- The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics addresses the representatives of international organizations and international journalistic associations to use all means at their disposal to jointly protect freedom of speech and expression.