I think Zlatica might have hit a home run for youwhen she found the town of Lyubar > today district center of appx 2,500 people.
The town was originally settled by Kyivan Rus in 1100 AD.
From late 18th century to 1919 it was in the Vohlynskaya gubernia/region > Czarist Russia.From 1921-1938 the region came under Reconstituted Poland's domain and was renamed the Zhytomirskie wojiwodstwo/region.Post WW2 it became a part of SSR Ukraine under Soviet domain, until 1991 when Ukraine became independent.
I ran the Turko surname thru Lyubar and found 2 Turko listed.I also ran the surname thru Starij (Old) Lyubar, village w/a population of 1,658 people, belonging to the Stryzhivka village cluster (sharing both village adm and post ofc, zip code 13131) and found 18 Turko listed there.There were none in Novij (New) Lyubar, village of 948. It too has a cluster village but I don't remember what it is. All these places are actually suburban villages of Lyubar, the district center> Lyubarskij raion/district > Zhytomirska oblast/region > Ukraine.
I posted the list of Turko in Ukraine.com (Genealogy Forum)because unless you have an old windows system, you will not be able to read the Cyrillic letters in this forum.