On Friday, aggressors caught Pul-e-Alam, capital of Loghar area, simply 80km (50 miles) from the capital Kabul.
The UN boss said the circumstance was going wild with crushing ramifications for regular folks.
In excess of 250,000 individuals have been driven away from their homes up until this point.
The Taliban advance comes as US and other unfamiliar soldiers pull out following 20 years of military tasks. The battling has brought fears that increases up in common freedoms made since the assailants were removed from power in 2001 could be quickly turned around.
Life under the Taliban during the 1990s saw ladies compelled to wear the all-covering burka, instruction confined for young ladies more than 10, and severe disciplines including public executions.
Likewise on Friday, the Taliban held onto the country’s second-biggest city Kandahar and the close by city of Lashkar Gah, just as Herat in the west. They currently control about 33% of Afghanistan’s commonplace capitals.
Pentagon representative John Kirby called the new advances “profoundly concerning”, yet minimized any idea that Kabul was under approaching danger from the gathering.
The greater part of the 3,000 soldiers being shipped off assist with emptying US discretionary staff will show up before the weekend’s over. The US expects to carrier a great many individuals daily out of Kabul.
The most recent US insight appraisal recommends the aggressors could attempt to progress on the public capital inside 30 days.
The US government office there educated staff that an incinerator and different apparatuses were accessible to annihilate touchy material, including records and gear, for example, signals that could be utilized in purposeful publicity.
The UK, which is sending 600 soldiers to help the clearing of British nationals and previous Afghan staff, said staffing at its government office would be decreased to a flat out least – as did Germany.