(Bloomberg) -- Burkina Faso military junta said it will begin reopening its air borders later on Tuesday after this week’s coup.

Land borders remain open for the transport of essential goods, humanitarian supplies and equipment and other material for the defense and security forces, according to a statement signed by junta leader Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba read on state-TV Radio Television du Burkina.

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(Corrects spelling of junta leader’s name in second paragraph)

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