France's armed forces minister said that Paris decided to resume joint military operations with Mali as well as national advisory missions, which had been suspended since June 3.
Goita, a 38-year-old special forces commander, was one of several colonels who overthrew president Ibrahim Boubacar Keita last August.
The African Union had earlier suspended Mali after August 2020 coup but reinstated the country a few weeks later after the heads of the new civilian-led transitional government were announced.
West African leaders to discuss Mali's second coup which has jeopardised a transition back to democracy, and could undermine a regional fight against militants.
The constitutional court's announcement comes after President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane resigned before their release from military detention on Thursday.
Interim President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane were arrested and taken to a military base outside the capital before they resigned in detention, triggering a crisis in the West African country.
Transitional President Bah N’Daw dismisses Prime Minister Moctar Ouane before handing in his own resignation letter to transitional Vice President Col. Assimi Goita, whose representative says the detained interim leaders would be gradually released.
Mali’s Colonel Assimi Goita takes control of country once again, stripping President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane of their duties.
Bah N'Daw, who also served as defence minister in 2014 and previously headed the air force, has been described by former colleagues as "principled."
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