While some have suspected the involvement of at least some members of the Saudi royal family in this killing, U.S. President Donald Trump has insisted that there is not enough evidence to blame Saudi's crown prince.
The Senate is advancing a bill to pull USA troops out of Yemen.
In a tweet later, he said they would also discuss the fallout from Khashoggi's murder.
"Crown Prince informed PM that Saudi will be finalising an initial investment into national infrastructure fund", ANI quoted Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale as saying.
Saudi Arabia's resumption of funding followed several Palestinian statements in the last two months supporting the kingdom's assertion that it had not sanctioned the killing of Mr. Khashoggi and expressing confidence in the Saudi judiciary's ability to mete out justice to the culprits.
Contrary to his original testimony, the project was discussed multiple times within the company - beyond January 2016 - and with efforts to obtain Russian governmental approval being discussed as late as June of that year.
Pool/GettyA composite image of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
"I don't think there's anybody in the room that doesn't believe he was responsible for it", Senator Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told reporters after the briefing.
"We have a problem here".
The vote on Wednesday was a rebuke not only to Saudi Arabia but also to Trump's administration, which has made clear it does not want to torpedo the long-standing USA relationship with Riyadh over the killing.
The Yemen war has killed more than 15,000 people and created the world's most urgent humanitarian emergency.
The crown prince is in Argentina for the G20 Summit with Turkish, American and Canadian officials also in attendance.
Democratic Senator Bob Menendez said the Senate had been "stonewalled from hearing from the Central Intelligence Agency director".
Houthi leaders have said they are ready to move towards a ceasefire if "the Saudi-led coalition wants peace".
In recent years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been a valuable partner.
A previous round in Geneva collapsed in September when the Houthis failed to show up.
The conflict began in 2014 when the Houthi Shia Muslim rebel movement took advantage of the new president's weakness and seized control of northern Saada province and neighbouring areas.
The news comes as the prince continues a tour of Arab states that began last week and as the worldwide community considers sanctions against Saudi Arabia over the assassination of U.S-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the hands of Saudi operatives in Istanbul last month, quite possibly on the orders of MBS - a popular shorthand for the prince in Western media.
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