"Those people's data were not identified," he said, adding that around 37,000 names still need clarification.
"Inaccurate information is due the differences of the data exchanged. Clarification procedures require information about an individual. What we have on documents is to be reflected in the databases and the missing information is to be submitted by the citizens," he added.
Beginning May, pensions will be paid on the first day of each month.
Asatryan further spoke of the Control Chamber's recent inspections at the Social Security Service.
"Each body is exercising it functions. Our task is to have integrated social services and a centralized database that will communicate with other information bases to compare the data online."
Inspections by the Control Chamber earlier this year had reveled serious violations in the pension payment system. Particularly, the pensioners list included the names of deceased individuals and people not currently residing in the country.