Disney have said themselves that they won't be removing every channel from every market, while its true that Disney+ will have a worldwide rollout, the removal of the channels is done by a country by country basis. In some countries, Disney Channel does better and the absence of a Disney XD channel equivalent actually helps the ratings.
Although Disney+ is the end goal, it will be still a long time before the Asian, Latin American and African pan-feeds will close because of insufficient broadband infrastructure. I think Disney Channel will also continue where it's FTA and where it does better than average.
A Disney+ rollout in Eastern Europe is expected in late 2020/early 2021, it's likely that Russia will included among those countries.
Kanal Disney is not even 100% Disney
But definitely normal in Poland
They'll likely continue doing the same edits on their version of Disney+ like they've been doing for the channel already. As for the ownership issue in Russia, Netflix had the same problem, but it seemed to have been settled now.
Spain has also been a popular destination for licensing to replace the UK (second to the Netherlands).
Among the treaty's limitations are that not all EU countries were signatories, and so the legal position in those countries is at best unclear, and likely illegal, and secondly, even where it applies, it is for TV channels only, it was written before interactive / on demand content, and that is a feature of most channels these days.
Hi, today I've been asked by someone at Bloomberg (the financial news company that also has a TV channel) to ask around if anyone had Disney Channel on Sky (or possibly any pay-TV operator that carries it) and are now subscribed to Disney+, any help would be appreciated. pic.twitter.com/dahiPwdAMy— RegularCapital (@RegularTweetsUK) July 31, 2020