According to Longman, I think I can use "aimed at ing" and "aiming to v" both.
GRAMMAR: Patterns with aim
• You aim to do something:
I aim to study medicine.
✗Don’t say: I aim at studying medicine.
• An action is aimed at doing something:
Our policies are aimed at encouraging economic growth.
✗Don’t say: Our policies are aimed to encourage economic growth.Longman
Then are these sentences both okay?:
In order to reinforce the sharing of information aimed at strengthening the safety control, we will... (omitted the rest part because of the confidentiality)
In order to reinforce the sharing of information aiming to strengthen the safety control, we will... (omitted the rest part because of the confidentiality)
are there any differences in the 'naturalness' of the sentence?
What is the difference between two of them?
(+) this is a translation from another language, so I cannot write the whole sentence because of the confidentiality.