Bulgaria's Black sea port of Varna will host a meeting between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and European Union heads on March 26, hosted by Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov - whose country now holds the rotational presidency of the Council of the EU.
The European Commission previously demanded that Ankara change its definition of what constitutes a "terrorism offence" to ensure media or academics are not targeted.
"Intensified exchanges covering the broad spectrum of EU-Turkey relations have taken place since then, including high-level dialogues on transport, economic cooperation, counter-terrorism and foreign policy".
Ankara has previously threatened to abandon the 2016 refugee deal if visa-free access is not granted.
The official Anadolu news agency in Ankara noted that Turkish EU ambassador, Faruk Kaymakci, presented the draft documents to European Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans in Strasbourg.
Relations between Ankara and Brussels, which have been stormy since the failed coup in July 2016 in Turkey, further deteriorated after a controversial constitutional reform that led to the strengthening of Erdogan's powers.
The news comes ahead of an EU-Turkey summit scheduled for March.
Bulgarian leader Boyko Borissov will a meeting on March 26 in Varna of EU Council president Donald Tusk, Commission president Jean-Claude Junker and the Turkish president - in an attempt to warm soured relations with Ankara.
According to the EU, Turkey still has to meet five benchmarks to secure visa-free travel, including reforming the country's anti-terrorism legislation, but Brussels says seven benchmarks have remained to be fulfilled.
The EU Commission will assess Turkey's position paper in terms of meeting its requirements. "That includes obviously the rule of law and fundamental rights".
Turkey has fulfilled all 72 commitments within the EU accession, the Turkish Ministry for EU Affairs told Trend Feb. 7.