Saudi Arabia will seek extradition of its subjects living abroad and involved in corruption, Khaleej Times reported.
According to the Prosecutor General's Office of the Kingdom, Riyadh expects to cooperate with other countries on the matter. Suspects will be returned to their homeland by issuing international warrants.
This decision is part of a large-scale anti-corruption campaign of the country. Altogether 159 people were detained, including former ministers and princes. At least 376 bank accounts have been frozen as part of the investigation since November 2017. Many detainees were released after reaching a deal with the investigation.