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The appliance of international instruments in the field of literally and artistic property rights has cause a well-established and stable international aspect in comparison with its domestic aspect. This discipline has been founded on the basis of The Berne Convention, 1886, The Universal Copyright Convention, 1952, and The Rome Convention, 1961, which their translations have all been published in this journal. Other conventions in this field of law are Nairobi treaty on the Protection of Olympic Symbol, 1981, and The Geneva Treaty on International Registration of Audio-Visual Works signed on April 20, 1989, which the latter by creating an international registration bureau aims to support the audio-visual works in the international context. This essay will cover the translation of these two treaties.