"All efforts of Egypt and different political forces in Libya are aimed at finding a form in which the dialogue will be renewed," Sisi said, as quoted in the statement published on presidential website.
According to the president, the dialogue should focus on the issues concerning the amendments to intra-Libyan agreement on settlement signed in Moroccan city of Skhirat in 2015.
Sisi also stressed that the ban on arms deliveries to Libyan army should be lifted, since only Libyan military is capable of countering terrorism in the country.
The two governments agreed to create the Government of National Accord, form the Presidency Council, and end the political impasse in late 2015. Backed by the United Nations and without the support of the Tobruk parliament, the Government of National Accord in Tripoli started its work in late March 2016.
Earlier this month, Libyan Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj and Haftar met in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, and agreed to hold snap presidential and general elections within six months, as well as to create a new ruling structure, namely, a presidential state council.