In a statement, the institution specified that 265 of the deaths were counted in the Gaza Strip, most of them in May during the two-week bombing wave carried out by the Tel Aviv army.
The other 90 occurred in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, it said.
The text highlighted that of the total number of dead, 87 were minors, 60 were women and 18 were elderly.
The Ministry pointed out that in May of that year more than 3,000 Palestinians were hospitalized for various injuries, 2,131 of them in the coastal enclave and the rest in the West Bank.
According to the report, one in four of those injured by live ammunition was a child under the age of 18.
Half of the total injuries were caused by such shells, indicating that Israeli soldiers had the will to kill Palestinians, the agency said.