As part of the French ave, an ex-colonial ruler's military presence halted its passage, the French military said Friday a week ago.
Two thousand demonstrators in the city of Kaya last week surrounded the logistics and autonomous vehicles in front of the convoys as they crossed Burkina Faso on their way to Niger and then Mali.
The convoy, which already had protests in two other cities along the route, went to a camp north of Ouagadougou's capital.
The convoy resumed last night and now comes from the Niger border, has to go back to the French army, has Mr. Ianni said at Reuters.
In the West African country, local and international troops are frustrated by lack of support for terrorist insurgency. France has thousands of troops deployed across the Sahel region, where they fight militants linked to Islamic State and al Qaeda.
During the years that have left a sharp loss of a state security force in recent years, a militant group of al-Qaeda killed four civilians and 49 police officers.
Two more people died in the similar attack on Wednesday, and hundreds of civilians were killed over the course of the year.
The president vowed for a televised speech late on Thursday to address "unacceptable dysfunction" in the army.
Schools have been shut across the country in anticipation of possible unrest. Mobile telephone has also been cut since last Saturday under a law related to national security and national defense.
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