The Uzbek Supreme Court today said that the 25 were convicted in two separate closed trials that ended on 2 December. The defendants were sentenced to jail terms ranging from 12 to 22 years.
Last month, the court jailed 15 people accused of involvement in the Andijon unrest to similar jail terms.
Those jailed have been accused of crimes including murder, terrorism, belonging to outlawed Islamic groups, and attempting to overthrow the government.
Uzbek authorities say 187 people, mostly terrorists, were killed in the Andijon uprising. Rights advocates estimate the death toll to be much higher, with civilians numbering among the dead.