The chief of Greece's Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) said on Tuesday he was satisfied with the sale of 1.95 billion euros ($2.53 billion) of 13-week T-bills at a yield of 4.05 percent, the country's second debt sale since a giant EU/IMF emergency loan backstop agreed in May.

We are pleased with the auction because the second borrowing test has also gone well, with a higher cover ratio on a bigger amount auctioned, PDMA chief Petros Christodoulou told Reuters.

Greece earlier this month sold 1.625 billion euros of 6-month T-bills at a coverage ratio of 3.64, with the average yield at 4.65 percent.

(Reporting by Lefteris Papadimas; writing by Harry Papachristou) ((; +30 210 3376455; Reuters Messaging: ($1=.7706 Euro)