Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has underlined that no-one is immune to the current crackdown in the country, after several arrests of top-ranking officials.
"This will increase investor confidence in Saudi Arabia because it shows we have adopted a zero tolerance policy on corruption, just as we have adopted a zero tolerance policy on terrorism, on extremism, on terror financing," Adel Al-Jubeir told CNBC Thursday.
"The crown prince has made it very clear that no prince and no minister and no high-ranking official is immune from corruption charges," he added.
Last weekend, 11 princes, four officials and several former ministers were arrested under allegations of corruption. Among those arrested was billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.