Bozdag also said that more than 12,500 people, including 5,654 foreigners, were detained during that period on suspicion of having ties to Daesh, the Daily Sabah newspaper reported.
According to the minister, the Turkish military killed 3,000 Daesh terrorists in Operation Euphrates Shield in Syria and 1,000 others near the Turkish camp in Iraq's Bashiqa.
In recent years, Turkey has been hit by numerous terror acts involving both Kurdish and Islamist militant groups, particularly Daesh. In response, Turkish security forces have conducted counterterrorism operations on a regular basis in different parts of the country.
In December 2015, Turkish troops were deployed at Bashiqa camp, located about 19 miles northeast of Mosul, under the pretext of helping the Iraqi militia fight Daesh. The Iraqi government did not consent to the move, and Iraqi officials have repeatedly denounced the presence of the Turkish military as a hostile action that violates Iraq's sovereignty.