Burkina Faso's political parties have agreed that the country's political transition should last a year, followed by elections in November next year.
But the crisis talks in the capital Ouagadougou ended without a deal on who would head a transitional government.
The military has been in charge since President Blaise Compaore was forced to quit last week amid mass protests.
The presidents of Ghana, Nigeria and Senegal mediated the talks.
ECOWAS Chair President John Mahama said the Authority will do everything possible to return Burkina Faso to normalcy.
President Mahama appealed to citizens who lost relatives and friends in the mass protest to take it easy and allow peace to reign.
Burkina Faso will be the focus of main discussions in Thursday’s ECOWAS summit in Accra.
Although the Burkinabe crisis talks in the Ouagadougou ended without a deal on who would head the transitional government, leaders issued a communiqué which will guide activities in that country.
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