The American company had paused the premiere of its productions in that country since March, but has now laid off most of its Russian employees, according to Moscow media.
Disney, the world's most famous animation studio, will definitively close its businesses in Russia, suspended last March after the start of the Russian military campaign in Ukraine, according to Russian media published on Tuesday.
According to the Russian Film Bulletin, most of Disney's Moscow office employees have already been laid off.
Meanwhile, the publication Forbes Russia confirmed that the company has already fired “most of its employees” and added that “the rest has been instructed to complete the remaining work before the company's operations cease.”
In addition, the Russian versions of the company's website and its social media accounts.
Currently, all communication with Disney representations in the former Soviet republics is done through the US office.
Disney temporarily suspended its activities in Russia in March and paused the release of its film productions in this country.
The company He announced that he would make his future commercial decisions based on the evaluation of the situation.