As can be seen from Wikipedia, the legality even in European countries varies greatly from country to country.
In Latvia, Estonia's neighbour, for example, pepper spray in canisters is classified as a self-defense device and can be bought and carried by anyone over 16 years of age. Pepper spray handguns can be bought and carried without any license by anyone over 18.
Unfortunately there's no indication there of sources for Estonia, or Israel.
However, it does include the Czech Republic (Prague):
In the Czech Republic, pepper spray is not classified as weapon and
its possession is legal.
Moving to different sources, this site also has a list of countries and the legality of pepper spray, and it DOES have Israel:
In Israel, OC(Oleoresin Capsicum) and CS(capsicum spray) spray cans may be purchased by any member of the
public without restriction and carried in public. In the 1980s a
firearms license was required for doing so, but since then these
sprays have been deregulated.