Translation:You are chatting out here, and the French police officers are waiting in there.
I think it now only excepts 'out here' (or at least it did in some sentence with the same word use), which is actually a bit confusing since in English 'out here' is not necessarily outside, it basically states that 'here' is somewhat distanced from the subject (space-wise or logically etc.) So is 'itt kint' actually about being outside&here or about anything else also?
to speak ~ beszélni = you don't need a partner, for example, on TV
to talk ~ beszélgetni, társalogni = need a partner [társ ~ partner]
to chat ~ (1) csevegni, beszélgetni (kötetlenül, lazán) = to talk loosely, out of bounds ; (2) (újabban) csetelni például a telefonon = (of late) to write sms for example on phone