Kyrgyzstan remains relentless in combating and defusing efforts to dupe youth into going to Syria.
Uzbekistan is recruiting youth to improve the country's cyber-security.
The moves come in reaction to the June 5 terrorist attack in Aktobe, Kazakhstan.
Service is compulsory for all men.
Authorities want to end the exodus of radicalised Kyrgyz to Syria.
Young Uzbeks recognise the desire of terrorists to recruit them for suicide missions and other violent acts.
The Taliban leader was killed in an air strike in May.
The Punjab Police Counter Terrorism Department killed 70 militants in recent operations.
The Central Asian giants recognise the need to defeat extremism.
A priority is teaching journalists not to fall for terrorist propaganda.