Pamela Muller-Niese said that the German Ministry of Interior had finalized its budget for the next three years on November 12, a day before the Paris attacks.
"We finalized our budget for 2016, 2017 and 2018, so it was held prior to the attacks in Paris. If anything else is coming up, I don’t know about it yet and it will be a speculation," Pamela Muller-Niese said.
She added that there were no talks in Germany on possible increase in security spending.
Several European governments said on Saturday they would step up security following attacks in the French capital, stopping short of announcing high terror alert.
Late on Friday, extremists coordinated attacks on several venues across Paris, killing some 130 people and injuring over 350 at several locations, including restaurants, the Bataclan concert hall and in the vicinity of the Stade de France stadium. The Islamic State (IS) militant group claimed responsibility for the attacks.