According to Foreign Minister Rafael Bielsa, Argentina's 25 ambassadors in EU countries are filing complaints with each member country.
The Falkland Islands -- A British territory off the coast of Argentina -- have long been a point of contention between England and the South American nation.
In 1982, the two nations waged a short-lived war over the islands, leaving some 900 people dead, mostly Argentines.
Argentine officials are concerned that if the islands are include in the constitution as a British overseas protectorate, then their ongoing struggle to regain control of them will be waged against the European Union and not just Great Britain.
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