You can't add the reminder inside the conditional statement. It has to be outside. You can add a parallel branch next to your condition. I suspect you'll also need a variable that will track which approval is active at the moment to know where to send the reminder. But it is possible.
Could you please elaborate on your requirements more?
It is can be added a parallel branch in the position showed in your screenshot.
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