Argentine President Nestor Kirchner has said Britain won a "colonial victory" in the Falklands War that was unacceptable in the eyes of the world.
Mr Kirchner was speaking on the 25th anniversary of the end of the conflict over the islands in the south Atlantic, that Argentina calls the Malvinas.
Britain retook the islands on 14 June 1982, two and half months after the UK territory was invaded by Argentina.
Mr Kirchner vowed the islands would return by "peaceful means".
Some 255 British servicemen, more than 650 Argentines and three islanders were killed during the war.
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