| Mykola Skoryk|
| Natalia Skoryk|
| Odessa National Polytechnic University|
Natalia Skoryk, Marharyta Skoryk, Daniel Skoryk
Leonid Skoryk, Liudmyla Zaliubynska
Mykola Skoryk Wikipedia
Mykola Leonidovich Skoryk (Ukrainian: Микола Леонідович Скорик, born 27 November 1972 in Odessa) is a Ukrainian politician who was Chairman of the Odessa Regional State Administration.
On September 9, 2012 he took part at the Chornomorets football club's ceremony which was held at the newly built football stadium. On December 23, 2013 he congratulated coach Roman Hryhorchuk and the club's general director, Sergei Kernitsky on their championship participation. For that, they awarded him with the black and blue coloured T-shirt with number one on it and some souvenirs. During the same meeting he also praised the team for winning bronze medals back in 1974 and added that he would like to see current "sailors" to join this football club.
On February 25, 2014 he held a meeting in Odessa with various NGO politicians which included such parties as Batkivshchyna, Party of Greens of Ukraine, Rodina, Svoboda, and Youth Unity. On a day prior to it, he addressed to the people of Odessa:
In these difficult times it is important to remain calm. We need to do everything we can to Odessa remained peaceful town. As head of the region declare I will act, and acting under Ukrainian law. Encourage supporters and opponents of the authorities also act within the law.
I 'm in the workplace. In Kharkov, there are no representatives of the Odessa region.
The situation in the Odessa region generally calm and under control. Work all local executive authorities.
In the October 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election Skoryk was elected into parliament; after placing 10th on the electoral list of Opposition Bloc.
In September 2016 Skoryk was suspected of involvement in riots targeting Euromaidan-supporters in Odessa in February 2014.