Former Malian interim president Bah Ndaw and his prime minister Moctar Ouane have been freed from house arrest, the West African bloc ECOWAS said on Friday.
In a statement, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) said it "welcomes" the move by Mali to lift "all restrictive measures" on the former leaders.
Both men were appointed as interim civilian leaders after the military coup in August 2020, charged with steering Mali back towards civilian rule.
But after a sensitive government reshuffle in May, Mali's strongman Colonel Assimi Goita deposed Ndaw and Ouane in a second coup. Goita was later declared interim president himself.
Aides to Ndaw and Ouane had indicated that the two leaders had been kept under house arrest after their ouster.
ECOWAS said on Friday that the two should enjoy all the rights associated with their role as former president and former prime minister.
Goita, for his part, has promised to restore civilian rule and stage elections in February next year.
However, there are doubts about whether the government will be able to hold elections within such a short time frame in the shadow of rampant violence across Mali.
The government has been struggling to quell a jihadist insurgency that first broke out in the north in 2012, and which has since spread to the centre of the country and neighbouring Burkina Faso and Niger.
Thousands of soldiers and civilians have been killed in the conflict to date.