The Democratic Federation of Northern Syria is described in Wikipedia as being a "de facto autonomous region in northern Syria," gaining its autonomy from the Syrian government as part of the current civil war.
They apparently have their origins in the Kurdish nationalist movement making the United States a major backer, but they seem to still be quite far away from any official recognition by any country. The ongoing conflict would cause most countries to stop short of any type of official recognition until it is settled, but their organization and public statements regarding equality, property rights and other ideals sounds entirely antithetical to other governments in the region and I believe would draw strong support from most if not all Western nations.
My question is what is the status of this region in the wider international community? Do they have any embassies set up in other countries, or have they entered into any public agreements between other nations of any kind (aid / trade)?