Ukraine finds topical consideration by the United Nations Security Council under its presidency in February of the issues of protection of critical infrastructures and settlement of conflicts in Europe. Ukraine's Permanent Representative to the UN Volodymyr Yelchenko said this in an interview for lb.ua, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The issue of protection of critical infrastructures will be considered by the UN Security Council on February 13. "... This is a segment of hybrid wars. This topic is pressing for many countries... A special resolution is to be passed as the result. This will be a kind of codification, rules of conduct for states when such threats arise... and in the coming years it shall be implemented and, we hope, it will help to fight terrorism and other threats," Yelchenko said. The UN Security Council will consider the issue of settlement of conflicts in Europe on February 21. Yelchenko predicts that the question of opening a UN support office to monitor fulfillment of the 'Minsk accords' will be discussed. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, President Petro Poroshenko and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres have coordinated their positions ahead of Ukraine's presidency of the United Nations Security Council in February.