Extremists and smugglers are not going to breach Uzbekistan's modern fortifications, officials say.
Aktobe officials are battling the extremism that inspired a deadly attack in their capital June 5.
Private firms play a major role in fighting terrorism, analysts and officials say.
Acting President Mirziyoyev signed the historic document September 17.
Uzbekistan recently introduced regulations on the use of drones in its airspace.
Acting President Shavkat Mirziyoyev is urging law enforcement to maintain the country's security.
Uzbekistan is teaming up with CIS countries, especially Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, to combat extremism, recruitment and drug trafficking.
The government plans to introduce biometric passports to combat identity theft and terrorism.
Uzbekistani forces are continuing to train for the never-ending task of safeguarding their country from extremists.
Defeating extremism will take a combined effort of the public and private sectors, observers say.