His latest statement comes after Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, the former National Guard chief once seen as a contender to the throne, was released last week following a settlement reportedly exceeding $1 billion.
Saudi Arabia's attorney general said talks to reach settlement agreements with suspects detained in the kingdom's declared crackdown on graft should conclude in a few weeks.
He was one of more than 200 princes, ministers and businessmen detained in an anti-corruption drive on 4 November. The prince has so far not commented, and it was not clear whether he was now able to move freely or whether he was under some form of house arrest.
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The crown prince has also said claims dubbing the anti-corruption probe a cover for power consolidation are "ludicrous", pointing out that many of those targeted had already pledged their support to him. In a statement, the public prosecutor said a total of 320 people had been subpoenaed to provide information about alleged graft while 159 remain in detention and "a number" of them have been referred for judicial action.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman Abdulaziz Al Saud stands during a reception ceremony for UK Prime Minister Theresa May in Riyadh April 5, 2017.
Authorities are now negotiating with detainees, "offering them a settlement that will facilitate recouping the state's funds and assets, and eliminate the need for prolonged litigation", he added.